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There are many excellent sources for learning more about the flowers that grow on Lake Superior's coast.

Following are a few that I've found especially helpful:

 Andy’s Northern Ontario Wildflowers                  http://www.ontariowildflowers.com

Minnesota Wildflowers                                          http://www.minnesotawildflowers.info

New England Wildflower Society                         https://gobotany.newenglandwild.org

Rare Species Guide, Minnesota DNR                  http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/rsg



Wildflowers of the BWCA and the North Shore 

by Mark Sparky Stensaas and Rich Kollath

         (Duluth, MN: Kollath & Stensaas Publishing, 2003)


Given, David R. and James H. Soper. "The Arctic-Alpine Element of the Vascular Flora at Lake Superior."

National Museums of Canada, Publications in Botany, No. 10, 1981.

Nyman, Yvonne. "The Pollen-Collecting Hairs of Campanula (Campanulaceae). I. Morphological Variation

and Retractive Mechanism." American Journal of Botany. Vol. 80 (12), 1993.

Soper, James H., Edward G. Voss, and Kenneth E. Guire. “Distribution of Primula mistassinica in the Great

Lakes Region.” The Michigan Botanist. Vol. 4, 1965.