Silver Falls State Park, OR, 5/2014.
Also called Star-Flowered False Solomon’s Seal, and Starry Solomon’s Plume. (more…)
Iron Mountain, OR, 7/2014.
None of the three different groups of flowers called “owl’s clover” are actually clovers. (more…)
Burnt Lake Trail, Mount Hood N.W., OR, 7/2013.
The leaves of this low, alpine shrub are scale-like, reminiscent of evergreens such as cedars and cypresses, compared to the spruce-like needles of the pink and yellow heathers. (more…)
Catherine Creek Trail, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, WA. 4/2013.
Also known as Sand Clover, it was formerly named tridentatum. Named after Carl Ludwig Willdenow (1765-1812), a German botanist.