Corn Lilies Glacier National Park
Photograph - Digital Photography
This plant is known by several alternate names, all derived from its resemblance to other types of plants, including "Western hellebore" and "false hellebore." The Veratrum californicum is usually called a "corn lily" because its erect stalks and leaves resemble a cornstalk. The corn lily is also often mistaken for hellebore or skunk cabbage because of a superficial resemblance.Another image from a couple of shots of this nice patch of Corn Lilies I found, down from the Logan's Pass Visitor Center,in Glacier National Park.
March 28th, 2014
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