End of Fir River Road, West of Hudson Bay
The inflorescence often resembles a cube, with a flower on five of the six faces. The top flower often has four petals and eight stamens, while the lateral flowers often have five petals and ten stamens. The peduncle is attached to the inflorescence at the bottom, sixth face of the cube.
Note the four petals, four stamens, and four styles on this top flower.
Adoxaceae: Answers to key questions in Budd's Flora leading to this family.