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I was at Pine Grove Furnace today enjoying my day off.

I have found D. rotundiflora here last year. I figure there is a good chance to find S. purpurea as well.

With the wife along I do not get to explore much at all.

I found this S. purpurea in Michaux State Forest, which is were Pine Grove Furnace is, but it was actually closer to a park called Caledonia. I only knew where to find it because of a co-worker has a cabin in the area and told me about the plant and drew me a map to it. This is the first S. purpurea I have found in PA since I've started to hunt for native CP's.




D. rotundiflora



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great plant, can you refresh me what PA stands for...

I was just thinking that :D

Thanks for sharing :)

Pennsylvania :lol:

Nice plant !

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PA does stand for Pennsylvania.


I will be heading back sometime soon without the wife so I can look around better and find more plants.

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