Eight Dollar Mountain, Selma, OR, 4/2015.
A special two-colored violet found only in serpentine soils at the Oregon-California border, a unique botanical environment we return to again and again. (more…)
September 3, 2019 | Categories: April, California, Low Elevation, May, Mid Elevation, Oregon, purple/blue, shaded forests, Southern Oregon / Northern California, Unique to Northwest, violet, white | Tags: bigfoot, Flowers, hiking, klamath, serpentine, Wildflowers | 4 Comments
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