Near the waterfall I shared last week are ledges that offer several species of wildflowers to enjoy and photograph. Among the first is Early Small-flowered Saxifrage-Micranthes virginiensis. Small-flowered is accurate as the flowers are between a quarter and third of an inch across.
Calling this a bouquet is stretching it….more like a Boutonnière. The habitat for this species is rock. Cliffs, rocky areas, or in this case ledges. This surface where I visit them annually is moist and covered with moss and the basal rosette stems grow out and above.