|Purple Globe Allium|
|Camas Lily (Camassia sp)|
|Blue Flax (Linum Perenne)|
There are still a few blueberry blossoms.
|Crandall Currant (Ribes odoratum)|
And even fewer Crandall currant flowers with their lovely scent.
|Thimbleberry (Rubus Parviflorus)|
As I search high and low for more blooming flowers, I find a native honeysuckle (Lonicera ciliosa) in the tree tops. I doesn't have any fragrance, but it is a favorite of the three species of hummingbirds that are seen in our area.
|Morel mushroom (Morchella sp.)|
And down low on the ground, I found what remains of a withering morel mushroom. (It looks like scat, but it really is a morel past its prime!)
None of the Viola adunca I saw last month are still blooming, but there are still a few of the yellow Viola glabella around.
|Heart-leaf Arnica (Arnica cordifolia)|
Another yellow flower which is abundant right now is the heart-leaf arnica.
|Star-flowered false Soloman's Seal (Smilacina stellata)|
Another shade-loving plant is the star-flowered false Soloman's Seal.
|Hooker's Fairybells (Disporum hookeri)|
And growing nearby are several Hooker's fairybells.
|Red-osier Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera)|
Sticking with the white flowers, there are some red-osier dogwoods blooming and down on the forest floor are many of its small relatives, the bunchberry.
|Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis)|
But saving the best for last (although the flowers are not quite completely open) are the lady's slippers.
|Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium sp)|