Union Creek Trail, William O. Douglas Wilderness, WA, 7/2014.
Although perhaps the least showy of the pyrolas, the tell-tale curved stalk is endearing when repeated in a grouping, explaining it’s common name of sidebells or one-sided wintergreen. (more…)
August 13, 2017 | Categories: Alaska, All Northwest, Alpine, August, green, heath, July, Low Elevation, Mid Elevation, shaded forests, Washington | Tags: flower, skagway, Sturgil Landing Trail, Wildflowers, wintergreen | 1 Comment
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