This flower is small and unassuming. You are likely to find it at the base of trees or in wooded areas. The plant itself is one stalk, of only 2-4 inches roughly, that is slightly reddish with basal leaves. The flowers alternate along the stalk. They are greenish-white bell shaped flowers with a thick style protruding from the bottom of the flower.
|Scientific Name:||Pyrola chlorantha|
|Growing Season:||Mid to late Summer|
|Soil Type:||Wooded areas, under trees|