Western Pasqueflowers are native to far western North America, from British Columbia,  Canada south to California and east to Montana. They can be found in gravelly soils on slopes or mountain meadows. Pasqueflowers are of the Buttercup family, the Western have five to seven whitish sepals with 150-200 stamens. Found this one in Oregon.


As another winter storm approaches, I want to see a little color today. Here are some vibrant and beautiful flowers… Trillium is a flowering plant native to temperate regions in North America and Asia, North America has around 30 different species. They are of the trillium family of the lily order of plants. Each flower… Read More TRILLIUM