The Indiana State Flower, whether the legislature realizes it or not. It occurs on
open, rocky slopes in southern Indiana. Distinguished from Silene regia by the bifid,
often white-spotted petals.
A flower near University Lake, 4/27/03.
Another flower near University Lake, 4/19/04.
Closer view of a flower at University Lake, 4/19/04.
Cauline leaves near University Lake, 4/27/03.
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