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Spirea Cluster

Glacier National Park, Montana

A dense grouping of small flowers dangles in mid-air at the end of a limb of the Spirea plant. The flowers require very little direct sunlight in their densely wooded habitat. Each Spirea flower is less than one-quarter of an inch wide, but always grows in tight clusters.

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