A widespread North American naturalized wildflower that orginates from the Old World, the white campion is a summer bloomer that is found often in disturbed areas. This one was photographed
about 35 miles south of Seattle, Washington in suburban Federal Way.
- © 2011
- Image Size
- 3151x2093 / 2.3MB
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- Contained in galleries
- White Wildflowers, Caryophyllaceae (Carnation and Pink Family)