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Nature Study: Colorado Wildflowers (Part III)

We were in Keystone, Colorado last weekend for my sister’s wedding and enjoyed a wonderful walk along a creek. We usually opt for the high mountain alpine hikes so I don’t see the kind of flora I enjoyed that morning. The kids were especially excited about finding wild raspberries. There were raspberry plants everywhere, but not many berries so I wondered if the bears had come enjoyed a picnic there recently.

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Crown Vetch, Coronilla varia

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Picture 62Cutleaf Daisy, Erigeron compositus

Picture 61Wild Raspberry

Picture 60Lychnis Campion, Silene dioica

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