Musk Monkeyflower

Wildflowers Found in Oregon

Musk Monkeyflower (Musk-Flower)

Mimulus moschatus - Locally common, all summer, perennial, 3-12 in. Musky-scented, shiny to hairy, usually shiny. Stems prostrate to ascending. Leaves oblong, entire. Flower stalks with flowers are larger than leaves. Flowers have 5 equal lobes, deep grooves in the narrow tube floor, and red dots or lines in throat. Grows in wet places, along streams, usually in part shade, at low to subalpine elevations. Native.

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