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a parasitic plant that gets its nutrients solely from Beech (Fagus grandifolia). A fairly inconspicuous brown stem produces two types of flowers, cleistogamous flowers that self-pollinate without ever opening, and chasmogamous flowers that open, but are often sterile.
Old growth woods at the base of Beech trees.
Shaw Woods Outdoor Education Centre.