Labyrinth Trail, Columbia Gorge, WA, 6/2013.
All species of wild onion, including this one, are edible.
Labyrinth Trail, Columbia Gorge, WA 6/2013.
This entry was posted on July 13, 2013 by nwwildflowers. It was filed under Cascades, Columbia Gorge East, East of Cascades, edible, grasslands/prarie, June, lily, Low Elevation, Mid Elevation, purple/blue, Southern Oregon / Northern California, Washington and was tagged with Columbia Gorge, flower, wild onion, Wildflowers.
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