SHOWING RECORD: 21 of 38
Photograph by George D. Lepp/Corbis
July 1 or 2, 1806, at Traveler's Rest, Montana.
Many pink flowers, angled upward on thin, purple-green stalks. About 4-16 in (10-40 cm) tall.
In the United States—Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon.
One of 25 subspecies, all but one of which is in western North America. The name Owl's Clover may refer to the eyelike spots on the petals of some species.
Species information from
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