Several areas in the Pacific Northwest, including the Olympic Mountains, Steens Mountain, the Klamath/Siskiyou Mountains, and the Columbia Plateau are home to plants found nowhere else. Other plants are rare and not often seen.
In this program, organized geographically, you’ll get to see a selection of about 100 of these rare beauties, including Epilobium siskiyouense (Siskiyou willowherb) and other plants that didn’t make it into Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwestbecause there wasn’t room. Other rare flowers in this show did make the book, including Castilleja levisecta (golden paintbrush), Cephalanthera austiniae(phantom orchid), Darlingtonia californica (California pitcher plant), and Lilium bolanderi (Bolander’s lily).
A shortened version of this program with about 50 slides that fits a 25-minute time slot is also available.