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I’ve always thought that the Nodding Onion wildflowers¬†are such a pretty little, delicate¬†plant. We saw this one on one of our secret trails in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Nodding Onions grow to about 18″ tall with elongated bulbs. The little nodding pink or white flowers are cup-shaped with exserted stamens and styles.

Have you ever seen one?

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2 Responses to “Pretty Little Nodding Onion Wildflowers In Rocky Mountain National Park”

  1. Lynda says:

    This was my mother’s favorite Colorado wildflower. It used to grow along the shore of the Big Thompson when we stayed at Brookside years ago. It is so delicate looking.

  2. Manny says:

    Absolutely Adorable! Love their very appropriate name and would add to it: “And Greeting” as this is the impression that I get from them.

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