|Uvularia grandiflora - Found in rich deciduous and mixed forests. The aerial shoot develops from an underground rhizome and usually consists of a sterile branch and a flowering branch. Source: Dickinson et al. (2004) and McKay & Catling (1979)|
|Photos from The ROM Field Guide to Wildflowers of Ontario, p. 81. © Royal Ontario Museum 2004.|
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