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I found these flowers along a forest trail in Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island. Identification has been a bit difficult, but I can safely say these are of the Genus Cardamine, which is a large species of flowering plants in the Mustard family (Brassicaceae). This is most likely Angled Bittercress (Cardamine angulata) which also goes by the name Seaside Bittercress.
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I found these flowers along a forest trail in Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island. Identification has been a bit difficult, but I can safely say these are of the Genus Cardamine, which is a large species of flowering plants in the Mustard family (Brassicaceae).  This is most likely Angled Bittercress (Cardamine angulata) which also goes by the name Seaside Bittercress.