Hooker's Fairybells, Hooker's Fairy Bells, Hooker's Fairy-bell, Oregon Fairybells
Synonyms: Disporum hookeri, Disporum hookeri var. hookeri, Disporum hookeri var. oreganum, Disporum hookeri var. parviflorum, Disporum hookeri var. trachyandrum, Disporum oreganum, Disporum parvifolium, Disporum trachyandrum, Prosartes hookeri var. oregana
The photo above shows Hooker's fairy bells
ensnared by a peavine (Lathyrus sp.) at a large clearcut at approximately
2540' along forest rd 82 on Mt. Adams............May 7, 2005.
A close-up of the flowers of Hooker's fairy bells along with
a large bumble bee as seen at Island Cabin Campground on the southeastern flanks
of Mt. Adams...........May 19, 2006. Note the tiny spreading hairs
on the peduncles as well as at the base of the tepals.
The photo above shows a leaf of Hooker's fairy bells as seen
at Island Cabin CG, Mt. Adams..........May 19, 2006. Note the wavy leaf margins
typical of this species.
Note the spreading tips of the tepals of Hooker's
fairy bells. The similar fairy lanterns has tepals which hang straight down
rather than flaring outwards at the tips. Photographed at Island Cabin CG., Mt. Adams..........May
Hooker's fairybells seen in old growth forest along the Loowit Trail #216 between upper Sheep Canyon and the South Fork Toutle River crossing, Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument.........October 19, 2014.