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Is this miner's
Lives throughout U.S. and South most Alaska, and is most abundent in California.
Wet oak woodland understory.
Round leaves, little white flowers
The common name Miner's
Shaded area on north slope in oak woodland
a greenish caterpillar seen sleeping on
middle. This looks like a species of
Lily like flower, found in kings canyon national park
five-petaled tiny white flowers with red candy stripes, low plant
Green plant with a flower growing in the middle
What fascinated me about this spotting was that the stem was growing thru
flowering from Zoroaster granite.
Fleshy plant widespread i the Americas. resembles spinach in taste and can be ...
hiker identified them as miners
Low growing plant with small white flowers contrasting against vibrant green ...
Late Spring annual or biennial. 2" - 12"
Mixed woodland meadow with many mature trees.
Rowena Crest Trail to Tom McCall Point, Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, Oregon.
EDIBLE WILD PLANT
"The common name miner's ...
Very small white flowers, about 5mm across, in the middle of a pair of thick, ...
Found these bugs munching on a plant called
Stem is thin and 2 round, shiny leaves are opposite. Small white flowers with ...
Open, conical leaf with small, light green to yellow inflorescence inside. This ...
Small, green plant with leaves nearly spade shaped. These are the young leaves ...
a.k.a. Siberian Spring Beauty, Siberian