This beautiful and impressively large (up to 4'-6' tall) naturalized European plant has taken hold in the Pacific Northwest and is now considered naturalized. This one was photographed
in Steven's Pass in Washington's Cascade Mountains.
- © 2011
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- Contained in galleries
- Pink Wildflowers, Scrophulariaceae (Figwort Family)