Grizzly food! Good thing we didn’t know this fact (more…)
Yakima is the name of a group or tribe of Native Americans who live in Washington state. (more…)
Also known as Sand Clover, it was formerly named tridentatum. Named after Carl Ludwig Willdenow (1765-1812), a German botanist.
The palmately divided leaves, looking much like those of the lupine, are a giveaway that it’s in the pea family. It’s underground rhizome roots can result in a large area covered with the small blooms. The most showy of the clovers, it differs from other trifolium by locating only in thin dry gravelly soil. (more…)
All Lupines share the easily identifiable palmate leaf. Particular lupine species are notoriously difficult to identify. (more…)