Monthly Archives: June 2012

Starry False Solomon’s Seal – Maianthemum stellatum – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Starry False Solomon’s Seal, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/30/2012.) Scientific name is Maianthemum stellatum.  Photo below was taken at Ponderosa State Park, in Valley County, ID on May 31, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Starry False Lily of the Valley, Starflower False Solomon’s Seal, and Star-flowered Solomon’s Plume.  Go to the Starry False Solomon’s Seal detail page for more information.

Starry False Solomon’s Seal, Starry False Lily of the Valley, Starflower False Solomon's Seal Star-flowered Solomon’s Plume - Maianthemum stellatum

Starry False Solomon’s Seal, Starry False Lily of the Valley, Starflower False Solomon's Seal Star-flowered Solomon’s Plume - Maianthemum stellatum

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Utah Honeysuckle – Lonicera utahensis – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Utah Honeysuckle, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/29/2012.) Scientific name is Lonicera utahensis.  Photo below was taken at Ponderosa State Park, in Valley County, ID on May 31, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Red Twinberry, and Fly Honeysuckle.  Go to the Utah Honeysuckle detail page for more information.

Utah Honeysuckle, Red Twinberry, and Fly Honeysuckle - Lonicera utahensis

Utah Honeysuckle, Red Twinberry, and Fly Honeysuckle - Lonicera utahensis

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Narrowleaf Skullcap – Scutellaria angustifolia – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Narrowleaf Skullcap, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/19/2012.) Scientific name is Scutellaria angustifolia.  Photo below was taken in Adams County, ID on May 24, 2012.   Subspecies micrantha  is also known by the common name Small-flowered Skullcap.  Go to the Narrowleaf Skullcap detail page for more information.

Narrowleaf Skullcap, Small-flowered Skullcap - Scutellaria angustifolia

Narrowleaf Skullcap, Small-flowered Skullcap - Scutellaria angustifolia

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Dalmation Toadflax – Linaria dalmatica – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Dalmation Toadflax, an introduced species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/15/2012.) Scientific name is Linaria dalmatica.  Photo below was taken in Adams County, ID on May 26, 2012.   It  is also known by the common name Broadleaf Toadflax .  Go to the Dalmation Toadflax detail page for more information.

Dalmation Toadflax, Broadleaf Toadflax - Linaria dalmatica

Dalmation Toadflax, Broadleaf Toadflax - Linaria dalmatica

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Dwarf Purple Monkeyflower – Mimulus nanus – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Dwarf Purple Monkeyflower, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/14/2012.) Scientific name is Mimulus nanus.  Photo below was taken in Adams County, ID on May 25, 2012.   It  is also known by the common name Dwarf Purple Mimulus.  Go to the Dwarf Purple Monkeyflower detail page for more information.

Dwarf Purple Mimulus, Dwarf Purple Monkeyflower - Mimulus nanus

Dwarf Purple Mimulus, Dwarf Purple Monkeyflower - Mimulus nanus

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Western Virgin’s Bower – Clematis occidentalis – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Western Virgin’s Bower, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/10/2012.) Scientific name is Clematis occidentalis.  Photo below was taken in the Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID on June 1, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, and Purple Virgin’s-bower.  Go to the Western Virgin’s Bower detail page for more information.

Western Virgin’s Bower, Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, Purple Virgin's-bower - Clematis occidentalis

Western Virgin’s Bower, Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, Purple Virgin's-bower - Clematis occidentalis

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Hairy Clematis – Clematis hirsutissima – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Hairy Clematis, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/07/2012.) Scientific name is Clematis hirsutissima.  Photo below was taken in the Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID on May 31, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, and Leather-flower.  Go to the Hairy Clematis detail page for more information.

Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, Leather-flower, Hairy Clematis - Clematis hirsutissima

Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, Leather-flower, Hairy Clematis - Clematis hirsutissima

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Piper’s Anemone – Anemone piperi – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Piper’s Anemone, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/06/2012.) Scientific name is Anemone piperi.  Photo below was taken in the Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID on May 31, 2012.   It  is also known by the common name Windflower.  Go to the Piper’s Anemone detail page for more information.

Piper’s Anemone, Windflower - Anemone piperi

Piper’s Anemone, Windflower - Anemone piperi

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Fairy Slipper – Calypso bulbosa – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Calypso bulbosa, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/04/2012.) Scientific name is Calypso bulbosa.  Photo below was taken in the Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID on June 1, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Calypso Orchid, Venus’ Slipper, and Angel Slipper .  Go to the Calypso bulbosa detail page for more information.

Calypso Orchid, Fairy Slipper, Venus Slipper, Angel Slipper - Calypso bulbosa

Calypso Orchid, Fairy Slipper, Venus Slipper, Angel Slipper - Calypso bulbosa

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