[Wildflowers with 5 Petals East of the Cascade Mts. of Oregon and Washington ]

The Phlox Family East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington


Long-leaved Phlox: Phlox longifolia

Partial Listing of Members of the Phlox Family Found East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington:

The Collomias: The Genus Collomia

The Eriastrums The Genus Eriastrum

The Gilias: The Genus Gilia

The Gymnosteris: The Genus Gymnosteris

The Gilias: The Genus Ipomopsis

Granite Gilia, Granite Prickly-phlox, Prickly Phlox: Linanthus pungens:

Nuttall's Linanthastrum Linanthastrum nuttallii:

The Babystars and Linanthus: The Genus Leptosiphon

Midget Phlox Microsteris gracilis: Flowers very small, whitish to pink, with notches in the tips of the 5 petals. Flowers often have a yellow throat. Leaves opposite, long and thin. Plant is spindly in appearance, and up to eight inches high.

The Genus Navarretia

Phlox: The Genus Phlox

Sky Pilot, Polemonium, Jacob's Ladder: The Genus Polemonium

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