A bright reddish/orange colored wildflower thrives in the sand dunes along the Spirit Sands Trail in Spruce Woods Provincial Park in Manitoba, Canada. Most of the plants along the Spirit Sands Trail are flowering plants where they blossom across the sand dunes or in the wet marshy areas.
Spruce Woods Provincial Park is a very popular place for visitors to Manitoba, Canada where sand dunes are always shifting position and unique styles of wildflowers sway in the breeze. The wildflowers can be buried in the shifting sand dunes when the northwesterly winds sweep through the area.
Spruce Woods Provincial Park was established in 1970 and covers about 7,460 acres of the Spruce Woods Forest Preserve.
Delicate but hardy flower growing in the sand dunes along the Spirit Sands trail, Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada.