Jacksonville Cemetery, Jacksonville, OR, 4/2018.
We found this parasitic, purple-hued “flower” in a couple wooded locations in an early southern Oregon trip, (more…)
February 2, 2019 | Categories: broomrape, brown, California, dry open woods, Low Elevation, May, Oregon, saprophytic/mycotrophic, shaded forests, Southern Oregon / Northern California, Unique to Northwest | Tags: horse rock ridge, wildflower | 2 Comments
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