In one word- LUSH

A wild and peaceful stroll along the Cape Horn trail along the Columbia River Gorge in Washington. We didn’t venture down to the cape itself, as the trail is closed half the year to protect Peregrine falcon nesting sites.

Cape Horn Trail, WA
Beginning along the trail, enveloped in cow parsnip and larkspur.
Tiger lily
Delightful tiger lily
Maiden hair fern
Lovely maidenhair fern
Baneberry
Goatsbeard
Wild honeysuckle
Honeysuckle
Cow parsnip and larkspur
A fairy’s garden of cow parsnip and larkspur
Columbia River Gorge
Breathtaking Columbia River overlook
Fringe cups
Sparkly fringe cups
Western red columbine
My old friend, western red columbine

Published by Selena Rowan

Herbalist, educator, editor, farmer, botany afficionado

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