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If you recognize any of these flowers and know their name(s), please make a note of the number over the flower and email me at webmistress AT sunnisan DOT com


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This beauty looks a bit like Western Salsify (Tragodon Officinalis), but the leaves are different.
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I've yet to catch them in flower.
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Fluff first appears in June.
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Found beside Highway 97 along the short road that's blocked off going to the Link River in Klamath Falls, OR
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I'm thinking this might be a prairie dandelion or something similar.
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Domestic plant growing in a school for the arts in NE Portland, OR
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Maybe a barberry of some kind.
Berberis Spp.?
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This was in the field behind the Racquet Club in either late July or early August. There were only a couple plants.
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I never saw it in bloom and haven't been able to find it again over the last couple seasons, so I don't even know where to begin looking for it.
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(Domestic)

Found in garden, McMinnville, OR
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Found on Klamath Reserve next to boat dock in partly shaded area right next to the water.
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(Wild)
Companion plants: Nightshade, Ladies Thumb
   

 

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