Report Comments

If you want to see the balsamroot/lupine displays, now is the time. The lupine is not yet at peak, and the balsamroot is just after its peak. <I>(They rarely peak at the same time.)</I> In addition to the Arrow-leaf Balsamroot <I>(Balsamhoriza sagittata)</I> and Columbia Gorge Lupine <I>(Lupinus latifolius </I>var.<I> thompsonianus)</I>, there is plenty of Rigid Fiddleneck <I>(Amsinckia retrorsa)</I>, Yakima Milk-vetch <I>(Astragalus reventiformis)</I>, Small-flowered Prairie Star <I>(Lithophragma parviflorum)</I>, and Smooth Prairie Star <I>Lithophragma glabra)</I> in bloom.


Return to report page


Copyright © Greg Lief | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Facebook Group