An unobtrusive and delicate little wetland number.
These little treasures make native prairie explorations so rewarding.
Flowers are a unique colour and the leaves are quite attractive.
These moisture-loving plants are a lot of fun!
Manitoba’s only host of the Euthamia gall midge.
Bumblebees are one of the few insects strong enough to pull the pleated petals apart to get inside.
Ranked S2, or imperilled, in Manitoba where it reaches the northwest extent of its range.
Tall and attractive, water parsnip has delightfully fragrant flower clusters up to 5 inches across.
A very unique plant of wetland areas.
In the fall, the leaves turn bright yellow, wonderfully complementing the red stems.