Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis): Common in forests, forest edges, and some open areas.
There are many collections in ARCTOS identified as this species. However, strictly speaking, it may be that at least some of the are Western Cordilleran Bunchberry (Cornus unalaschkensis), the hybrid between this species and Bog Bunchberry (Cornus suecica). In the Sitka area, it seems there are very few plants with flower petals that do not have purple on them to at least a certain extent, and it may be similar in other parts of the region.
- USDAPLANTS page for Cornus canadensis
- PFAF page for Cornus canadensis
- EthnoBotany page for Cornus canadensis
- e-FloraBC page for Cornus canadensis
- PacNW Herbaria Records for Cornus canadensis
- Search Arctos Database for Cornus canadensis (Southeast only)
- Search Arctos Database for Cornus canadensis (entire database)
- Encyclopedia of Life search for Cornus canadensis
- iNaturalist Observations for Cornus canadensis in Southeast Alaska
- Muller: gen; forest, forest edge, open areas
- Hall 2010: "Forest, forest ede, open areas and bogs. Common."