We’ve looked high and low for this unusual flower, and were ecstatic when we finally found a single specimen right where Russ Jolley (Wildflowers of the Columbia Gorge) said it would be, along the short trail to Starvation Creek Falls in early April, just a few steps from the parking lot. Read the rest of this page »
A member of the Iris family, this is closely related to Blue-Eyed Grass. Read the rest of this page »
Couldn’t find much info on this low-elevation member of the mustard family. Wildflowers of the Columbia Gorge notes that it can be found near Beacon Rock in mid-April, which is exactly where and when we found it.