Giant red Indian paintbrush

Red Indian paintbrush blossoms

The giant red Indian paintbrush, like other indian paintbrush species, is often parasitic. It establishes itself on the roots of other plants, and is difficult to grow from seed. Nonetheless, it is easily found where it has spread among meadows across the Pacific Northwest. USDA Forest Service archive photo (undated).

Red Indian paintbrush blossoms

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