A considerable number of this heather species were seen in the coastal zone of the western part of the island along the trail.
Probably a non-native garden flower?
Old garden? Remarkable blossom.
Something left from an old garden?
Ssp. magnificae, parasitic on young Red Firs, rather than White Firs.
Very small flower. White petals that appeared to be fringed, with yellow centers. Leaves were long, narrow, paired, and toothed.
Long thin periwinkle petals serrated at the end. Flowers grow close to the stem, found on the bank of dry creek bed.