Close-up of the detail of one of the most commonly plants found and densly packed plants found carpeting the forest floor. This one was phototgraphed on Larch Mountain, just outside of Portland, Oregon.
- © 2013
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Angiosperms, Asterids, C. canadensis, Canadian bunchberry, Canadian dwarf cornel, Chamaepericlymenum, Chamaepericlymenum unalaschkensis, Cornaceae, Cornales, Cornus, Cornus canadensis, Cornus unalaschkensis, Eudicots, Larch Mountain, Mt. Hood National Forest, Multnomah County, Oregon, PNW, Pacific Northwest, Plantae, background, beautiful, beauty, bloom, blooming, blooms, blossom, blossoms, botany, bouquet, bud, bunchberry, color, cornel, countryside, crackerberry, creeping dogwood, dogwood, dwarf dogwood, field, flora, flower, flowers, fresh, green, ground cover, ground dogwood, herbaceous, meadow, native, natural, nature, perennial, plant, plants, quatre-temps, rhizomatous, subshrub, summer, west coast, western cordilleran bunchberry, white, wild, wildflowers
- Contained in galleries
- Cornaceae (Dogwoods), White Wildflowers