|To view photos of Jack & Jan's garden flower photos, please click here.
This is a compilation of wildflower photos taken at home and on our adventures. We have tried to identify them whenever possible. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of any identification.
|Early spring is the time for the Common Camas to bloom in our meadow.
|A Bumble Bee polinates this yellow beach lupine in Half Moon Bay, CA.
|This orchid grew in a boggy area in Massachusetts.
|We grew up calling this "Queen Anne's Lace".
|Indian Pipe is a relatively rare saprophyte.
|Sometimes wild strawberries take root in trees.
|We think these yellow flowers are Cowslips.
|Violets need no introduction.
|This Cardinal Flower is a native Lobelia.
|Giant rhodendron bushes grace our home in Point Arena, CA.
|Rein Orchids bloom in mid-summer.
|These might be saprophytic Ghost Plants.
|Here the Ghost Plant flowers are open.
|Close-up and personal with the fragrant Bear Grass flower.
|Plants grow in the boardwalk at Aņo Nuevo State Reserve.
|Plants also grow in pure sand at Aņo Nuevo State Reserve.
|This native iris is Golden-Eyed Grass.
|Coast Lilies can have single flowers.
|In Northern California, Douglas Iris are abundant.
|More Douglas Iris.
|This wildflower grows in our meadow.
|This is the Common Camas
|This flower is in our meadow at mid-summer.
|This might be a Pink Star Tulip. We really don't know.
|Our third native iris is the Blue-Eyed Grass.
|Hooded Ladies' Tresses is a native orchid that flowers in late-Summer.
|This close-up is of a Fringed Corn Lily.
|This might be a Prunella
|Native trillium graced our gardens in La Honda, CA
|We had both white and red trilliums in our gardens in La Honda, CA.
|Indian Warrior are the first flowers of the season, often blossoming in January.
|We think this is a Rattle-Snake Plantain, yet another native orchid.
|For a few years, we were keeping a log of when we saw various wildflower blossoms at our home in Point Arena, CA. It is not all-inclusive nor is it exact as we weren't able to check often. To see this "log", click here
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