2716 - AlpenPix (Wild) - 2010-11-29|
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Locality: USA - Colorado - East side of Hoosier Pass, Summit County, Colorado, elevation 11,900 feet.
Photographer: Jane Hendrix
Note: Geum rossi is the dominant species in the lower alpine region of the east side of Hoosier Pass. It looks like a good candidate for a rock garden but it is a rampant grower both in the wild and under cultivation and its beauty is best admired in a wild garden with lots of aggressive competition. (Sent: Alpinefirstname.lastname@example.org)
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