Northern Anenome

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Anemone farviflora Michaux 

On account of its greater range in altitude, northern anemone 
flowers during a longer season than most of its relatives. If we climb 
in midsummer above timberline, we find it in sheltered places where 
the snow has recently melted, blooming beside the rivulets of snow 
water. It is able to withstand even the frosty nights of the higher 
slopes and appears none the worse for the freezing it has experienced. 
When the flowers are past, a woolly seed head soon develops, and in 
autumn the seeds are carried away by the wind to new localities. The 
name Anemone is derived from a Greek word meaning "the wind." 
Northern anemone belongs to the Buttercup Family, and has a wide 
range from Ontario to Labrador, Colorado, and Alaska. It grows also 
in Asia. 

The flowers sketched were found near Wild Flower Camp, twenty- 
five miles by trail from Lake Louise, Alberta, at an altitude of 7,000 
feet.
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