Wildflower Report for Cape Horn

LocationCape Horn
Date06/03/2010
ReporterVictor von Salza
E-mailvictor@vonsalza.com
Web sitehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/victorvonsalza/4669464494/
CommentsFrom the Cape Horn trailhead (near the corner of SR14 to Salmon Falls Rd) up to the power line service road saw: lot's of ragged looking larkspur past peak, the first few Sitka columbine (orange) just beginning to bloom, cow parsnips just starting to bloom, tiger lily plants but no blooms yet just buds, a shrub with orange colored strawberry shaped fruit hanging from it, and scattered candy flower. There had been heavy rains the night before and the trail from the trailhead to past the first creek crossing was completely covered about an inch deep with a number of other shorter muddy sections above there too. Along the section of trail on the gravel road west of Strunk Rd saw: some lupine and clover, numerous Ox-eye Daisies, and about a half dozen Bladder campion plants blooming.
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