Although the flowers were quite small (less than 0.5 inches in diameter), we still believe the Nemophila we found growing among the grasses near the seasonal vernal pools on top of Table Rock a few weeks back are of the fairly common menziesii species (more…)
We tend to see three different species of yellow monkey flower in the Cascades and the Columbia River gorge (more…)
In moist meadows or forests you will often see these odd looking plants. (more…)
This rustic, but pretty, flower is common to much of North America. (more…)
We stumbled across this fen of Ladies Tress orchids in the moist alpine meadows of Mt. Hood’s north side in late August. (more…)
Also known as Yellow Willow herb.
This prevalent plant’s common name refers to its alleged nourishment for miners living in the wilds, far from civilization. (more…)
The only carnivorous plant native to the west coast. (more…)