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This little wildflower, the Sandwort, is just beautiful and delicate! It’s a small, white flower, only about 3/8″ with bright pink anthers.

Some of the flowers are totally white, so I am thinking that when the anthers are pollinated, the pink is transferred and the flower remains just white. Are there any experts out there who can tell me if this is true? Why are some of the flowers all white and some have bright pink anthers?

I think it is a stunning little flower.


2 Responses to “Beautiful Sandwort Wildflower At Lily Lake In RMNP!”

  1. Manny says:

    There is no doubt that it is nature that sets the standard for beauty in its so many incarnations. What a treasure, Mel! Bless You.

  2. Carrie says:

    Interesting, Mel.

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