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Woodland Star (Lithophragma)

Do you know about the Woodland Star (Lithophragma)? It will require a sharp eye to spot these beauties, which have tiny flowers, long, slender stalks, and basal leaves. Woodland Star, also known as Prairie Star, are frequent in the sagebrush and Ponderosa pine ecosystems. They are bloom buddies with the Arrowleaf Balsamroot and Sagebrush Buttercup and prefer areas that are sunny and have dry soil. Eight different species of the Woodland Star can be found in the sagebrush and Ponderosa pine ecosystems.

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