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I had never seen a False Solomon’s Seal wildflower before this past week in Rocky Mountain National Park. It was just gorgeous!

It’s elliptical, parallel-veined leaves are very similar to the Starry False Solomons Seal which I will also post in a few days, but this one grows to about 24″ with white, fragrant flowers from many branched 4″ clusters.


Exquisite, don’t you think? Have you ever seen one?


3 Responses to “Pretty, White False Solomon’s Seal Wildflower In Rocky Mountain National Park!”

  1. Debbie says:

    Mel, I LOVE these photos! They have such a Georgia O’Keefe look to them. The colors are so vibrant and rich! Lovely!

  2. Manny says:

    Bless you, Mel, for sharing this one of Mother Nature’s most delicate creations.

  3. Carrie says:

    Wow. Very nice. I have not seen one.

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