7 responses to “Epilobium oreganum”

  1. David Eickhoff

    How fantastic! Raised in Oregon, some of my most treasured hiking places were in the Siskiyou and Klamath mountains in southern Oregon. I do not know if I actually saw this plant or not since I was focused on my quest to see and photograph Darlingtonia and Cypripedium californicum growing together. I found them in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness area! They didn’t disappoint me in the least.
    But, thanks for sharing your photo and information. Makes me want to visit this unique area.

  2. Sue Frisch

    Lovely photo.

  3. Brynn H Allen

    My mom was born Ft.Klamath and we go every 3 years for family reunion. I have a lot of cousins who live in Chiloquin, OR. Would we be able to find this near Chiloquin?

  4. Danae Yurgel

    Thank you again for the lovely reminder of the beauty of the world … and of the vulnerability, and endurance, of so many beautiful things …

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