Elk Meadows, Mt. Hood W.A., 7/2012.
Named after the California gold-miners who ate it to stave off scurvy. (more…)
August 3, 2012 | Categories: All Northwest, alpine/subalpine meadow, April, edible, June, Low Elevation, marsh wetland/water's edge, May, Oregon, purslane, shaded forests, Unique to Northwest, white | Tags: candyflower, Elk Meadow, flower, Mt. Hood, Wildflowers | 1 Comment
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