Leavenworth Ski Hill, Leavenworth, WA, 5/2017.
Variously called Luina or Cacaliopsis, this waist-high plain-looking plant’s leaves resemble those of Coltsfoot, with flowers that look somewhat like a Rainiera. Upon close inspection, (more…)
September 6, 2017 | Categories: aster/composite, Columbia Gorge East, dry open woods, East of Cascades, June, Low Elevation, May, Mid Elevation, Oregon, shaded forests, Southern Oregon / Northern California, umbel, Unique to Northwest, Washington, yellow | Tags: flower, leavenworth, tygh creek, wildflower | Leave a comment
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