Edible plant of the day. Oxalis oregano (Redwood sorrel). Sometimes called false shamrock. This is the PNW native variety. It’s the field green version of Sour Patch Kids, and few […]
Lysichiton americanus along McGowan Creek, near where the McKenzie river meets the Willamette River.
Peter DeFazio Bicycle Bridge Fountain at EWEB’s River Edge Plaza My new bike set-up Sidalcea oregana (Oregon Checker Mallow) Aquilegia Formosa (Red Columbine ) Advertisements
Gaultheria shallon (Salal) native Rubus ursinus (Pacific Blackberry) native Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) native Maianthemum dilatatum (False Lily-of-The Valley) native Bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum) native Blechnum spicant (Deer Fern) native Typha […]
Our visit to Darlingtonia State Natural Site was the perfect supplement to Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson #3 section about carnivorous plants. This place happens to be the only Oregon State Park for the purpose of […]
This is likely to become a series of posts about wildflowers. I’m very interested in our native plants, wildflowers and edible plants in particular. These aren’t all necessarily indigenous. I’ll be looking for […]