Flowers Everywhere

Blacklock Point

Iris…

Bunchberry, also called Dwarf Dogwood…

Salal…

Rhododendron…

Trapper’s Tea (a type of rhododendron)… MAYBE 

Lupine…

Coast Manroot, also called Bigroot…

Lupine and Coast Manroot…


Sisters Rock State Park

Blackberry…

A prickly pod of something…

Bird’s-Foot Trefoil… MAYBE 

Beach Fleabane…

Scotch Broom…

Sea-Watch, also called Seacoast Angelica…

Some kind of Stonecrop… MAYBE 


Port Orford Heads

Salal and Sea-Watch…

Paintbrush…


Around Town

Sweet Pea…

Scotch Broom…

Foxglove…

Tiger Lily…

Prairie Rose…

Tinker’s Penny, also called Bog St. John’s-Wort… MAYBE… (the flower matches but the leaves do not)

Some kind of Wormwood that grows in the sand… Maybe 


And finally, I want to share this picture of a Bottlebrush Bush…

It’s not a wildflower. It is planted outside of the American Legion Hall where in a few days the 4th of July Pancake Breakfast will take place. The red flowers and blue sky capture the colors of the flag. The green leaves remind me of Mother Earth and her sacred splendor that I want to preserve.

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