Wildflowers of the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon and Washington
[Flora & Fauna Northwest] [Flora Northwest]

Pacific Northwest Wildflowers:
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Eastern Columbia River Gorge

Simple Flower Identification Key

Yellow Bells: Fritillaria pudica

Yellow Bells: Fritillaria pudica

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Note: This site was originally constructed about 20 years ago when computer processors and web access were both primitively slow. At that time, I made the photos purposely small to speed their viewing via the web. I am currently (winter 2015-16) attempting to update the photos on this site to a larger, higher quality size as well as add more information and additional ID keys. Please be patient as this process occurs as it probably won't be completed until after the 2012 flower season has completed!
Last updated on September 17, 2015

Red spotLichens

red spotFungi

red spotLiverworts

Lesser Clubmosses and Spikemosses

Mosses

dotHorsetails

Ferns

Rushes

Sedges

Grasses

Cactus

Mistletoe

Plants with tiny flowers. (Skunk Cabbage & Stinging Nettles)

Larger flowers having petals in multiples of three (3, 6, 9).

Larger flowers having 4 petals.

Larger flowers having 5 petals.

Flowers like sunflowers, daisies, or dandylions.

red dotTrees and Shrubs

Animals of the Columbia River Gorge


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