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Elegant Clarkia

Primarily pollinated by bees, elegant clarkia (Clarkia unguiculata) is endemic to the southern two-thirds of California. A slender, spindly plant with simple or branched stems, elegant clarkia grows below 5,000 feet on dry slopes, often shaded, where soil is disturbed. … Continue reading

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