Labrador Tea, fragrant inrolled leathery leaves . . .
(Ledum glandulosum, member of Heather family),
Also known as Trapper's Tea, an erect evergreen shrub of moist,
boggy riparian areas. Like other Ericas, it favors low nutrient,
acidic soils. Sometimes used as tea subsitute.
On the road in the American Northwest.

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