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Description:

Bright red flower on a 12" -tall plant.

Habitat:

Douglas fir, arbutus, oak forest in high country up the Rogue River. It gets quite warm in summer (90s).



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1 Comment

DerrickLK
DerrickLK 6 years ago

I thought it was scarlet gilia at first glance but the flower is a little bit different. I think this plant is in the Phlox family though.

shebebusynow
Spotted by
shebebusynow

Oregon, USA

Lat: 42.56, Long: -124.07

Spotted on Sep 6, 2006
Submitted on Feb 13, 2013

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