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bitterroot lewisia

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Official State Trees, State Flowers and State Birds
... Mockingbird Missouri Flowering Dogwood Cornus florida Hawthorn Crataegus sp. Bluebird Montana Ponderosa Pine Pinus ponderosa Bitterroot Lewisia rediviva Western Meadowlark Nebraska Cottonwood Populus deltoides Goldenrod Soldiago gigantea Western Meadowlark Nevada Bristlecone Pine ...
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justgardeners.com
... flower, native to the western mountains of this country, figured in our history. Lewisia, commonly known as bitterroot, was named after Meriwether Lewis of the explorer team Lewis and Clark and their ... record the natural history of the region. One of the plants they found was the bitterroot. This plant became the state flower of Montana and also lent its common name to ...
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Top 10 Wildflowers (Page 1)
... Small This Flower Really Is Click Here To See Another Minute Poppy Flower 8. Southern Bitterroot (Lewisia brachycalyx) Purslane Family (Portulacaceae) See The True Purslane: A C-4 Plant See Another Purslane ...
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Portulacaceae
... 'S-LETTUCE. INDIAN LETTUCE. Annual. Bl Mar-May. Common in shaded or moist places throughout. Lewisia rediviva. {++} BITTERROOT. Perennial. Bl Apr-May. Loose gravelly slopes and rocky places. Thomas Addition, Miller Field ...
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Middle Columbia River Ethnobotany Plant List
... Hawkweed Hydrophyllum fendleri var. albifrons White Waterleaf Iris missouriensis Rocky Mountain Iris Lewisia columbiana var. columbiana Columbia Lewisia Lewisia rediviva Bitterroot Lilium columbianum Columbia Lily Lomatium ambiguum Swale Desert Parsley Lomatium canbyi Canby's ...
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Patterns of subsistence
... fresh foods that people ate after the long winter. Bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) was one of the most important root crops. Today, Native Americans still gather Bitterroot on Badger Mountain. N E X T
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Photos of Perennial Species in our Garden
... (Arctic Iris) Rock Garden - J, K, L Jurinea algida v. kuschakewiczii ? Lewisia cotyledon (Bitterroot) Lewisia longipetela hybrid 'Little Plum' (Bitterroot) Lewisia nevadensis (Bitterroot) Lewisia pygmaea (Bitterroot) Lewisia tweedyi (Bitterroot) Liatrus punctata (Dotted Blazing Star) Linaria alpina (Alpine Toadflax) Lychnis alpina ...
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Wallace W Hansen Native Plant Nursery and Gardens Perennial Section of Northwest Native Plant Catalog
... on the drier, eastern side of the Cascades, USDA 4-8. Lewisia columbiana, var. rupicola (Columbian Lewisia) This tiny Lewisia grows to only 8 tall. From multiple rosettes of dark, ... relatives, Wallowa Lewisia does well in acidic rock gardens, particularly when grown on a slope. Lewisia cotyledon (Cliff Maids; also Siskiyou Lewisia or Bitterroot, and Broadleaf or Howell's Lewisia) This species is ...
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Paghat's Garden: Lewisia cotyledon cotyledon 'Siskiyou Pink'
... pink blooms of one of the Northwest's most beautiful native alpine wildflowers, Siskiyou Bitterroot (Lewisia cotyledon ssp cotyledon). The second photo shows the same plant in its entirety, its ... but otherwise don't baby our lewisias in the least, & they do excellently. Continue to Lewisia cotyledon 'Rondo' [Garden Indexes: What's New] [Shade Perennials] [Ferns] [Sun Perennials] [ Sun-garden ...
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Wildflower Folklore - A collection of wildflower stories and the legends behind wild flowers.
... to have used this plant to aid in childbirth. Bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) All the words in this species name are interesting. Bitterroot is self-explanatory. Lewisia, the genus name, is for Captain Meriwether Lewis ...
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