Woodland Beardtongue - 3
While looking very similar to our native penstemons in both shape and color, the wooded beardtongue has a couple of minor differences such as its serrated opposite leaves and winged seeds. This beautiful member of the plantain family is found in the mountains between British Columbia and Northern California on the west coast. These were found and photographed above the Carbon River, about 15 miles northwest of Mount Rainier in Washington State.
- Rich Leighton
- Image Size
- 7360x4912 / 26.5MB
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- Contained in galleries
- Blue & Purple Wildflowers, Plantaginaceae (Plantains & Beardtongues)