In open areas or occasionally in partial shade in bogs, boggy shores, abandoned sand or gravel pits, and ditches along roads or railways. Usually in wet to wet-mesic sites, in sphagnum moss, sometimes with an underlying substrate of sand. Often with Round-leaved Sundew, Spatulate-leaved Sundew, Bog Club-moss, Club-spur Orchid, Large Cranberry, Rhynchospora sp. and Xyris difformis. Usually blooms from late June to mid July. Shows considerable variation in color. Typical pink-flowered plants are common in Muskoka, while white-flowered plants (f. albiflora Rand & Redfield) are quite rare.
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Townships: Wood Freeman Oakley Muskoka Morrison Gibson
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