My friend Kristin Kauth and I recently did a wildflower tour of the Glacier/Yellowstone/Grand Teton National Parks. It was awesome! I have many photos to share with you in the coming weeks and months. To our surprise we found similar species to Midwest wildflowers, but also found many new and exciting plants that grow bravely in these mountain ranges and sometimes in the most arid and alpine regions. I hope you’ll enjoy sharing our enthusiasm for this wildflower tour.
Arrowleaf balsamroot (Balsamorhiza sagittata) was the most predominant species we found just about everywhere during this time of year.
Little Sunflower (Helianthella uniflora) prominently showed its blooms to the sun further south.