Rim Trail, Silver Falls State Park, OR, 5/2014.
Blooming earlier, and at lower elevations than the similar Avalanche Lily, and Glacier Lily, these are recognizable by their lovely, “mottled” leaves with streaks of white, lighter green or even brown (seen below). (more…)
April 6, 2018 | Categories: Cascades, Coastal, Columbia Gorge West, dry open woods, lily, Low Elevation, May, Oregon, shaded forests, white, yellow | Tags: flower, Silver Falls State Park, Wildflowers | 1 Comment
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