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Wild Flowers of the Sierra (1958) by Douglass H. Hubbard


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Aesculus californica 5
Amador Dudleya 8
Aquilegia pubescens 21
Argemone platyceras 5
Aristolochia californica 17
Aspen, Quaking 19
Aster, Purple 21
Aster, Western 18
Azalea, Western 10, 16
Baby Blue Eyes 16
Baeria 4
Bear Clover 17
Bear Grass 11
Bitter Root 12
Blazing Star 18
Bleeding Heart 17
Blue-eyed Grass 6
Buckeye 5
Buttercup 10
Buttercup, Mountain 21
Calandrinia ciliata 4
Calico Flower 5
Calycanthus occidentalis 17
Camass 15
Cassiope mertensiana 20
Castilleia 8, 12, 20
Ceanothus prostratus 12
Cercis occidentalis 7
Chamaebatia foliosa 17
Chaparral Pea 7
Chaparral Yucca 6
Chicalote 5
Chokecherry, Western 19
Chrysothamnus nauseosus 5
Cinquefoil, Shrubby 22
Clarkia 11
Clematis lasiantha 17
Cobra Plant 11
Columbine, Alpine 21
Cornus nuttallii 11
Cream Cups 9
Cypripedium californicum 14
Daisy, Mountain 21
Dandelion, Alpine 22
Darlingtonia californica 11
Dicentra formosa 17
Dicentra uniflora 22
Dogwood, Pacific 11
Douglas Phlox 21
Dudleya cymosa 8
Dutchman’s Pipe 17
Elephant’s Head 20
Epilobium angustifolium 22
Erigeron salsuginosus 21
Eriophyllum confertiflorum 7
Erysimum asperum 14
Eschscholtzia californica 2
Evening Primrose 10
False Solomon’s Seal 19
Five Spot 5
Fireweed 22
Flag, Western Blue 14
Flannel Bush 5
Forget-me-not, Sierra 22
Fremontia californica 5
Fritillaria pudica 17
Gaylor Lakes 21
Golden Yarrow 7
Gold Fields 4
Grass, Bear 11
Grass, Blue-eyed 6
Hackelia velutina 22
Heather, White 20
Hulsea algida 22
Indian Paintbrush 8, 12, 20
Indian Pink 15
Indian Rhubarb 13
Iris missouriensis 14
Kalmia polifolia 20
Lady’s Slipper 14
Languid Lady 19
Layia platyglossa 11
Leopard Lily 11
Leucocrinum montanum 8
Lewisia rediviva 12
Lilium pardalinum 11
Lupine 6, 9
Mahala Mat 12
Mahogany, Mountain 18
Mentzelia laevicaulis 18
Mertensia ciliata 19
Mimulus 12
Mimulus bicolor 4
Mimulus lewisii 13
Minarets 20
Mock Orange 8
Monkey Flower 12
Monkey Flower, Pink 13
Monkey Flower, Yellow and White 4
Mountain Buttercup 21
Mountain Daisy 21
Mountain Laurel 20
Mountain Lily 8
Mountain Misery 17
Mountain Pride 16
Nemophila maculata 5
Nemophila menziesii 16
Oenothera hookeri 10
Orthocarpus purpurascens 7
Owl’s Clover 7, 9
Paintbrush, Indian 8, 12, 20
Pedicularis groenlandica 20
Peltiphyllum peltatum 13
Penstemon newberryi 16
Philadelphus lewisii 8
Phlox diffusa 21
Pickeringia montana 7
Pink, Indian 15
Pipe Stem 17
Pitcher Plant 11
Platystemon californicus 9
Popcorn Flowers 9
Poppy, California 2
Potentilla fruticosa 22
Primrose, Evening 10
Prunus demissa 19
Purple Aster 21
Rabbit Brush 5
Ranunculus 10
Ranunculus eschscholtzii 21
Redbud 7
Red Maids 4
Red Ribbons 11
Rhododendron occidentalis 10, 16
Rhubarb, Indian 13
Rubus parviflorus 15
Sarcodes sanguinia 16
Shrubby Cinquefoil 22
Sierra Forget-me-not 22
Silene californica 15
Sisyrinchium bellam 6
Smilacina amplexicaulis 19
Sneezeweed 10
Snow Plant 16
Solomon’s Seal, False 19
Spice Bush 17
Steer’s Head 22
Stick-Seed 22
Sulphur Flower 20
Syringa 8
Tahoe, Lake 12
Thimbleberry 15
Tidy-Tips 11
Tiger Lily 11
Vernal Fall 16
Viola purpurea 14
Violet, Mountain 14
Virgin’s Bower 17
Wallflower, Western 14, 21
White Heather 20
Wyethia 15
Wyethia helenioides 9
Xerophyllum tenax 11
Yarrow, Golden 7
Yellow Bells 17
Yellow Pine 13
Yosemite Valley 10
Yucca whipplei 6

Without the help of many individuals and organizations this publication would not have been possible. The following photographers gave permission for us to use their excellent illustrations from the Richfield Oil Corporation’s annual Wild Flowers of the West:

Trilochan S. Bakshi, Pullman, Wash. • Violet Beitzel, Howard & Frances Daniels, McMinnville, Ore. • R. J. Fisher, Lancaster, Calif. • Robert C. Frampton, Claremont, Calif. • Everett S. Frost, El Monte, Calif. • Jack Hausotter, Roseburg, Ore. • Mary Hood, Los Angeles, Calif. • Mr. & Mrs. Ellis Kimble, Boise, Ida. • E. N. Kozloff, Portland, Ore. • Martin Litton, Menlo Park, Calif. • W. L. Martin, Bend, Ore. • D. C. Morgenson, Yosemite Natl. Park, Calif. • Peter Neely, Los Angeles, Calif. • Ricky Quedans, Los Angeles, Calif. • G. Thomas Robbins, Oakland, Calif. • Allen L. Ryan, San Fernando, Calif. • Brooking Tatum, Palo Alto, Calif. • Darwin Tiemann, China Lake, Calif. • Harry Vroman, Prescott, Ariz. • V. E. Ward, Angels Camp, Calif. • Charles S. Webber, San Leandro, Calif. Louis C. Wheeler, Altadena, Calif. • Violet Wooden, Fortuna, Calif.

Flower names and illustrations were checked for accuracy by Dr. Carl Sharsmith, Dr. Helen Sharsmith, Dr. Herbert Mason and Mrs. Enid M. Benson. Jepson’s A Manual of the Flowering Plants of California (University of California Press, 1925) was consulted for additional scientific data.

Gratitude is expressed to Hixson And Jorgensen, Inc. and to Stecher-Traung Lithograph Corporation for their interest and willing assistance.

To Mary Curry Tresidder, whose interest and love of Sierran wild flowers has extended over a lifetime, this booklet is dedicated.


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