Wildflowers Ahoy


They say Lasqueti Island would be covered with them, if not for the sheep and deer.


Wildflowers Ahoy

Dear g, Thanks for the beautiful sea blush shot. What month did you phtograph? With the beach, water and terrain beyond you've taken sea blush (Plectritis congesta) to another level! I think I can see small-flowered blue-eyed Mary (Collinsia parviflora) in the left mid-ground. What other native wildflowers have you photographed on Lasqueti? Do more wildflowers remain on steep rock outcrops where sheep & deer are less likely to feed? Tom

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