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Fringed Polygala (Polygala paucifolia) by Christina Rollo. Delicate purple Fringed Polygala thrive in dry to moist conifer forests. This flower only blooms for a short time in spring to early summer, in the eastern half of Canada and northeastern US. They grow from creeping, partly underground stems, usually no taller than 6 inches. The upper leaves are oval and crowded, resembling wintergreen.
May 5th, 2011
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