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Prairie Smoke after the Rain

Prairie Smoke after the Rain

Posted: 09/05/12

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Prairie smoke (Geum triflorum) is native to a broad swath of the North American temperate and cold zones, including the northern Plains. I found this striking, raindrop-adorned representative in northern North Dakota, mere feet from the Canadian border, in the park containing the International Peace Garden.

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