Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 30, 2017

Oregon Wildflowers 5/28/19

Oregon Wildflowers has two new new posts

Herman Creek Trail There are many wildflowers in bloom along the Herman Creek Trail, including a profusion of Columbia Windflowers especially after the powerline road crossing up to the junction with the Nick Eaton Ridge Trail.

Other blooming varieties include: Bugbane, Nootka Rose, Inside-Out Flower, Columbia Windflower, Solomon’s Seal, Foamflower, Western Starflower, Striped Coralroot, Spotted Coralroot, Honeysuckle, Paintbrush, Blue-Eyed Mary, Strawberry Plant, Tiger Lily (buds only), Large-Leaf Avens, Stonecrop, Bead Lily, Scouler`s Valerian, Fringecup, Piggyback Plant, Popcorn Flower, Arnica, Red Columbine, Sea Blush, Larkspur (but mostly fading), Desert Parsley, Senecio, Lupine, Vanilla Leaf, Pacific Waterleaf, Fairy Slipper, Monkeyflower, and Western Meadowrue.

Tire Mountain The following wildflowers are blooming: Harsh paintbrush (Castilleja hispida), Hall`s lomatium (Lomatium hallii), Menzies` larkspur (Delphinium menziesii), Thompson`s mistmaiden (Romanzoffia thompsonii), California mistmaiden (Romanzoffia californica), and Spreading Phlox (Phlox diffusa). See photos at http://westerncascades.com/2017/05/27/tire-mountain-flowers-taking-off/

Pacific Northwest Wildflowers reports has a detailed plant and animal list for : East Simcoe Mountains Unit, Klickitat Wildlife Area in the Columbia River Gorge at May 28, 2017.


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