Wildflower Report for Camassia Natural Area

LocationCamassia Natural Area
Date04/28/2018
ReporterGreg Lief
E-mailoregonwildflowers@gmail.com
Website/Photoshttp://LiefPhotos.com
CommentsIt is a great time to visit Camassia!

The meadows are dominated by its namesake flower (Camassia quamash) and Rosy Plectritis (Plectritis congesta). Other wildflowers blooming profusely in open areas include: Large-flowered Blue-eyed Mary (Collinsia grandiflora), Western Saxifrage (Saxifraga occidentalis), and Western Buttercup (Ranunculus occidentalis var. occidentalis).

Also blooming (primarily within the forest) are: profuse Trailing Blackberry (Rubus ursinus), Fringecup (Tellima grandiflora), Wood Violets (Viola glabella), Candy Flower Claytonia sibirica), Bigroot (Marah oreganus), Large False Solomon`s Seal (Maianthemum racemosum), Giant White Wakerobin (Trillium albidum), and Wild Strawberry (Fragaria virginiana). Oregon Fawn Lily (Erythronium oregonum) is past peak.

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Camassia Natural Area
04/28/2018
Website/Photos
It is a great time to visit Camassia!

The meadows are dominated by its namesake flower (Camassia quamash) and Rosy Plectritis (Plectritis congesta). Other wildflowers blooming profusely in open areas include: Large-flowered Blue-eyed Mary (Collinsia grandiflora), Western Saxifrage (Saxifraga occidentalis), and Western Buttercup (Ranunculus occidentalis var. occidentalis).

Also blooming (primarily within the forest) are: profuse Trailing Blackberry (Rubus ursinus), Fringecup (Tellima grandiflora), Wood Violets (Viola glabella), Candy Flower Claytonia sibirica), Bigroot (Marah oreganus), Large False Solomon`s Seal (Maianthemum racemosum), Giant White Wakerobin (Trillium albidum), and Wild Strawberry (Fragaria virginiana). Oregon Fawn Lily (Erythronium oregonum) is past peak.


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