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Fraser's Marsh St. Johnswort

Triadenum fraseri


Flowers are purplish-pinkish petals with 3 yellow nectaries that alternate with the stamens that are arranged in 3 groups of 3, fused at the base; 1 to 2 cm wide, 5 petals & 5 pointed sepals; in clusters at stem tips or in leaf axils.


Muddy shoreline of a beaver dammed pond.


Some say that the flowers do not open during the day or are rarely seen. Lucky for me I found the right conditions, they were well shaded by conifers.

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Greg Shchepanek
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Greg Shchepanek

Spotted on Jul 20, 2012
Submitted on Jul 24, 2012

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