Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Iron Mountain

Three Sisters from the summit.
Iron Mountain in the Willamette National Forest is a prime destination for wildflower lovers.  It's an easy climb to a large viewing platform with an especially rich variety of flowers all the way up.  We went there to check it out and found it delightful!


Red columbine.
Blue headed gilia.
Penstemon.
Scarlet Gilia.
Penstemon.
Western blue flax.
Mariposa lily.
Stonecrop.
Desert buckwheat.
Field chickweed.
Mountain owl clover.
Lupine.    
Scarlet Gilia.
False Solomon's seal.
Cinquefoil.
Washington lily.
Spotted coralroot.
Wild ginger.  I was so excited to finally find this very well hidden flower.
Bear grass.
Sickletop lousewort.

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