|Parnassia palustris var.
multiseta inhabits damp part in the mountain grassland and bears
a single 2.0-2.5cm across white flowers on the top of the 10- to
40cm stalks, facing the sky. Most interesting is that this species
has five staminodes ( a term that means stamen not having the
ability to produce pollen), each of which splits into a dozen to
twenty-two, on top of each creating a beautiful yellow nectary-ball.
It is fascinatingly beautiful.