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This colonizer of newly disturbed soils produces generally white flowers by mid summer and appears to produce large flowers that may be involved in outcrossing and smaller flowers near the stem base that may be involved in self-pollination.
|Author||Matt Lavin from Bozeman, Montana, USA|
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