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When to find wildflowers blooming in the Matanuska Valley and Talkeetna Mountains of Southcentral Alaska.

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Wildflowers in the Matanuska Valley
Anemone (5/8/99)
Baneberry (6/4/99)
Bluebells of Scotland (7/14/99)
Chiming Bells (6/14/99)
Columbine (6/14/99)
Cow Parsnip, 7/1/99
Dwarf Dogwood (6/26/99)
Fairy Slipper (5/16/99)
Geranium (6/14/99)
Iris (6/22/99)
Jacob's Ladder (6/4/99)
Large-Flowered Wintergreen (6/4/99)

Larkspur (7/16/99
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Lily of the Valley (6/14/99)
Lupine (6/24/99)
Mouse Ear Chickweed (5/27/01)
Northern Red Currant (5/16/99)
Oxytrope (5/27/01)
Potentilla (6/4/99)
Prickly Rose (6/14/99)
Serviceberry (5/27/01)
Starflower (6/4/99)
Trollius (5/31/99)
Twin Flower (6/26/99)
White Lady's Slipper (6/26/99)
Wintergreen (7/1/99)

Dwarf Fireweed

Dwarf Fireweed, Epilobium latifolium
June 27, 1999 - Southcentral Alaska, about 3000 feet elevation, near Hatcher Pass
Photo by K. Eberhart

Hatcher Pass Wildflowers:
Anemone
Chocolate Lily
Yellow Paintbrush

More Wildflowers in the Talkeetna Mountains

This page last updated December 24, 2004

 

 

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