[Wildflower Bloom Reports for the Columbia River Gorge] [Columbia River Gorge Wildflower Bloom Reports for 2004]

[Wildflower Destinations in the Columbia River Gorge]

Wildflower Bloom in the Columbia River Gorge

March 27, 2004

Columbia Milk-vetch: Astragalus sclerocarpus

Columbia Milk-vetch: Astragalus sclerocarpus

Washington State Road #14 East of US 97

*Indicates Plant is in bloom.

*1. Big-leaf Maple: Acer macrophyllum

*2. Miner's Lettuce: Montia perfoliata

*3. Tansy Mustard: Descurainia richardsonii - MP 115.6

*4. Pale Wallflower: Erysimum occidentale - MP 91.7 & MP 115.6

5. Hairy Milk-vetch: Astragalus inflexus - Probably in bloom east of Roosevelt, WA

*6. Yakima Milk-vetch: Astragalus reventiformis - East of US 97

*7. The Dalles Milk-vetch: Astragalus sclerocarpus - MP 115.6

8. Columbia Milk-vetch: Astragalus succumbens - Nearing bloom east of road to Wishram & possibly in bloom east of Roosevelt, WA

*9. Columbia Gorge Lupine: Lupinus latifolius var. thompsonianus - East of Wishram Heights

*10. Filaree: Erodium cicutarium

*11. Fern-leaf Desert Parsley: Lomatium dissectum

*12. Biscuit-root: Lomatium macrocarpum

*13. Long-leaf Phlox: Phlox longifolia - MP 91.7

*14. Rigid Fiddleneck: Amsinckia retrorsa - MP 115.6

15. Sand-dune Penstemon: Penstemon acuminatus - Nearing bloom at MP 115.6

*16. Oregon Sunshine / Woolly Sunflower: Eriophyllum lanatum - Beginning to bloom east of Wishram Heights


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