Collinsia parviflora “Blue-eyed Mary” Plantaginaceae (Scrophulariaceae)

Lolo National Forest, Bitterroot Mountains, MT
April 18, 2015
Robert Niese

The Smallflowered Blue-eyed Mary is a common PNW plant, but its diminuitive growth habit makes it easy to miss. The flowers of this plant are rarely more than a few millimeters across and they rarely grow more than 10cm off the ground. Here in Montana, they begin blooming as soon as the snow melts in March and will continue through July.

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