National Geographic : 1957 Apr
© National Geographic Society 536 Labrador Plants, Enjoying Moisture and Three Months' Summer Sun, Approach Normal Size These plants are counterparts of many alpines. Found at Nain, a coastal village, they grew in patches. Farther north they would most likely appear as isolated individuals. Top panel: Lapland rhododendron (R. lapponicum) and vetch (Astragalus alpinus). Center: Arctic bunchberry (Cornus suecica) and a capsuled fruit of Labrador tea (Ledum palustre). Below: Flowers of Labrador willow (Salix) and a bluebell (Campanula uniflora).