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Queen's Cup A solitary white flower is the Queen's Cup (Clintonia uniflora) at Glacier National Park, British Columbia, Canada. British Columbia,Canada,Clintonia uniflora,Geotagged,Glacier National Park,Queen's Cup,Spring,brides bonnet or queens cup,flower Click/tap to enlarge Country intro

Queen's Cup

A solitary white flower is the Queen's Cup (Clintonia uniflora) at Glacier National Park, British Columbia, Canada.

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  1. Great detail on this shot! :O Posted one year ago
    1. Thank you Lisa :) Posted one year ago

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''Clintonia uniflora'' is a species of flowering plant in the lily family known by several common names, including bride's bonnet and queen's cup. It is native to the mountains of northwestern North America .

''Clintonia uniflora'' is a rhizomatous perennial, a member of the bead lily genus, It grows in the understory of coniferous forests. This flower has only two or three leaves located at the base of its stem, but they are several centimeters wide and can be much longer. It bears flowers.. more

Similar species: Liliales
Species identified by Greg Shchepanek
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By Greg Shchepanek

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Uploaded Dec 8, 2018. Captured Jun 18, 2018 03:45 in Hemlock Grove Boardwalk, Columbia-Shuswap A, BC V0E, Canada.
  • COOLPIX A900
  • f/5.0
  • 1/125s
  • ISO80
  • 15.2mm