[The Evening-primrose Family in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]

Enchanter's Nightshade, Small Enchanter's Nightshade

Circaea alpina ssp. pacifica

Enchanter's Nightshade: Circaea alpina ssp. pacifica

The photo above shows enchanter's nightshade as seen where a vernal tributary crosses road K6900 on the southeastern slopes of Mt. Adams.........July 10, 2005.

Inflorescence of Enchanter's Nightshade: Circaea alpina ssp. pacifica

The photo above shows a close-up of the inflorescence of enchanter's nightshade as seen where a vernal tributary crosses road K6900 on the southeastern slopes of Mt. Adams.........July 10, 2005. Note the numerous spreading hairs on the pedicels and calyces.

Enchanter's Nightshade, Small Enchanter's Nightshade: Circaea alpina ssp. pacifica (Synonyms: Circaea alpina, Circaea alpina ssp. alpina, Circaea alpina var. pacifica, Circaea pacifica)

Enchanter's nightshade blooming along FS Road 23 near Camp Creek, Cowlitz Valley Ranger District, Gifford Pinchot National Forest...........June 29, 2013.

Enchanter's Nightshade: Circaea alpina ssp. pacifica

The photo above shows the leaves of enchanter's nightshade as seen where a vernal tributary crosses road K6900 on the southeastern slopes of Mt. Adams........July 10, 2005.

Paul Slichter