Wildflower Report for Catherine Creek

LocationCatherine Creek
Date05/06/2011
ReporterKatie Rompala
E-mailkrstull@gmail.com
CommentsFirst time at Catherine Creek, I was looking specifically for bitterroot and was ecstatic to find it in bloom! Lower elevation bitterroot has bloomed, but up the trail, buds are still closed. I took the 015 trail up to the electric towers and tried to ID everything I saw, though I did not record where I saw these species. Gobs of Common and Meadow Death Camas are showing, as are Poet's Shooting Star, Bicolor Triteleia, Miner's Lettuce, Seep-Spring Monkeyflower, some sort of yellow Wallflower, thyme buckwheat (?), Balsamroot, Desert Parsley, painbrush, and a few that I think were Sea Blush.
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