The bunchberry is a very attractive member of the dogwood family found in all of the Northern States of the USA (plus Colorado and New Mexico) and all of Canada, Greenland, as well as many parts of Asia in thick, damp coniferous or mixed hardwood forests where openings in the canopy allow for some sunlight to filter down to the ground. Very adaptable in growing habits, it is found from the coastline a to as high up as the edge of the tundra.
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- Cornaceae (Dogwoods), White Wildflowers