Looking like a miniature Dogwood this Bunchberry turns its face to the sun.
Cornus canadensis (Canadian Dwarf Cornel, Canadian Bunchberry, or Crackerberry) is a herbaceous member of the Cornaceae (dogwood) family. It grows about 20–30 cm tall and bears tiny flowers a few millimetres across that form an inflorescence at the center of four white, petal-like bracts 3–4 cm diameter.
Location: Long Lake, Alberta, Canada
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