This purple beauty is most commonly found in wet meadows or near streams. Their are four petals that are fringed on the edges and twist and spiral over on top of each other. The interior is white and you can see the streaks peaking out even when it is closed. The petals close up at night and open in the morning.
|Scientific Name:||Gentianopsis thermalis|
|Growing Season:||Later summer and fall|
|Soil Type:||Meadows, wetlands|
Rocky Mountain Gentian