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Douglas' Brodiaea

Triteleia grandiflora


The flower is tubular with six tepals and six stamens. The colores are blue and white with a darker blue mid-vein. It has an umbel-like cluster that sits on top of a thin erect and leafless stem.


Spotted in the Wenas Wildlife Area in eastern Washington (Cascade foothills). The habitat is an open pine forest and shrub-steppe.


Native to northwestern North America.

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Wenas, Washington, United States

Spotted on May 25, 2020
Submitted on Jan 23, 2022

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