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About 10 inches tall (total plant), fern-like leaves.
Marshy high mountain forest areas
The flower looks like a holly hock
I love that photo it is very awesome
Wow..Scrophulariaceae family... Are these annual like seen in India.. around the moist season.. July to December..?
I agree with Amber...looks right, right habitat!
I think this is elephants headhttp://www.rootcellar.us/wildflowers/ele...
It was a wild guess...I thought the spurs on the lip might suggest a wild lupine but I couldn't really see the leaves.
Might be lupine, but the leaves looked quite a bit different. More fern-like. Also, it grew in marshy soil, not well drained. Thanks for the suggestion!
Could it be a Lupine species?http://extension.usu.edu/rangeplants/htm...
The flowers remind me of an orchid, but I've never seen anything like this.
Spotted on Aug 5, 2011 Submitted on Aug 5, 2011
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