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What’s Up – Yellow ColumbinePosted: August 1, 2012
By Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay
Yellow Columbine is one of the most familiar wildflowers in Kootenay National Park. It distinctive shape makes it unmistakable and cannot be confused with other wildflowers.
Native to mountain meadows, open woods, and alpine slopes of the Rocky Mountains. It is now showing along many of Kootenay’s trails.
View a one minute slide show of a few of the Wild Flowers of Sinclair Creek .
Above image: Yellow Columbine’s pendant blossom swings with the slightest breeze – Photo by Larry HalversonTags: Friends of KootenayKootenay National ParkLarry HalversonRocky MountainsYellow Columbine
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