Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 28, 2017

Oregon Wildflowers 7/24/2017

Oregon Wildflowers reports on Umbrella Falls to Elk Meadows in the Mt. Hood area

Calochortus subalpinus in numbers I`ve never seen before, tons of lupines, Lilium columbianum, Spiraea subalpinus. Indian paintbrushes, Mimulus lewisii, Dodecatheon (subalpinus?), Achillea millefolium, Lilium washintonianum, Valeriana sitchensis, Polemonium californicum, Pedicularus groelandica, mountain ash, asters.

 

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  1. This seems to be in the Willamette National Forest?  Or Mt. Hood area?  Not, unfortunately, the Willamette Valley…

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    • You are correct. It is in the Mt. Hood area. Thanks for pointing that out.

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