Here we are with this week’s wildflower, the “twinflower”. This wildflower is found over much of the northern parts of the northern hemisphere and can be known by different names. It is a small flower, usually about half and inch (1.25cm) long, sitting on top of stalks about 3 inches (7.5cm) tall, though sometimes a bit taller. I have to lie on my stomach to get pictures of these little beauties. They are most common in pine forests, and they are beautifully scented as well. Have a wonderful Sunday everyone and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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