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White Flowers ( Buttercup-Like Flowers )
Buttercup Family (Ranunculaceae)

Alpine Anemone (Few-flowered Anemone)
Anemone parviflora

Season: Mid-May to August
Habitat:
 Montane to Subalpine
Height:
 12-30 cm

Description: This distinctive anemone typically grows along moist streams or marshes. It is more common at high elevations, but may even be found in the lower montane. It has a typical anemone flower with five or six white petal-like sepals surrounding a yellow centre. Each plant supports a single flower. Midway down the stem, a fringe of shiny green, dissected leaves help to identify the flower. The basal leaves, and the fringe are divided into three lobes.

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