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I have seen these White Campion wildflowers, also known as Bladder Campions, in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. They are so pretty and very unusual wildflowers.

We saw these ¬†White Campion along the Lower Beaver Meadows Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park. They grow to about 30″ with sticky, hairy branched stems. The white or pinkish flowers are sweet-scented with 5 deeply notched petals. They bloom from June through August and you can find them along the trails or disturbed areas.

Have you ever seen one?

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One Response to “Pretty White Campion Wildflower On Lower Beaver Meadows Trail In RMNP”

  1. Manny says:

    What superb light and colours, Mel. These delicate, colorful and stunning wildflowers are in such contrast to the severe grey granite of your mountain Eden.

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