Iron Mountain, Willamette National Forest, OR, 6/2016.
These fuzzy-tongue penstemon, display amazing markings to guide pollinators to their nectar. (more…)
July 22, 2018 | Categories: Cascades, Columbia Gorge East, dry open woods, East of Cascades, figwort / lousewort, grasslands/prarie, June, Mid Elevation, Oregon, purple/blue | Tags: beardtongue, flower, Iron Mountain, tombstone pass, wildflower | 1 Comment
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