This flower is common in high mountain environments. The flower has a cottony appearance. It starts out white but can become pinkish as the season progresses. The stems are also reddish.
Their scent is notoriously unpleasant, earning it the name of “Miner’s Toes”!
|Scientific Name:||Polygonum viviparum|
|Soil Type:||Moist meadows, open areas|