The harsh paintbrush is found in many habitats through the Pacific Northwest. Often hard to identify from several closely-related species - it has a dark, woody stem that is different from the usually soft stems of other Indian paintbrushes. This one was photographed on the lower slopes of Northern Oregon's Larch Mountain.
- © 2013
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- Red & Orange Wildflowers, Orobanchaceae (Indian Paintbrushes and Broomrapes)