Tiny Woodland Plantcomments (5) May 17th, 2009 in gallery
These appear on our property in Western Washington each spring, 2" tall x 3" wide. They bloom until the weather is warm and dry, then disappear. They grow in the sun, south or west facing, where the ground is well covered with fir needles and otherwise bare. Only 5 leaves are present at any one time, and flowers appear singly.
posted in: The Gallery, Washington, woodland, wildflower, fir, forest
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