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One-sided wintergreen

Pyrola secunda

Description:

Low-growing plant with egg-shaped, evergreen leaves about an inch long. Arching flower stem has flowers, closed bells, on one side only.

Habitat:

Moist soil of conifer forest around Trillium Lake, a 240-acre man-made lake on the south slopes of Mt. Hood. Mid-mountain elevation (about 3600 feet) in the northern Oregon Cascades. Shade to filtered sunlight.

Notes:

Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon.

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Tom33
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Tom33

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Jun 26, 2018
Submitted on Feb 12, 2020

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