Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Wildflower Walks Go Online
The Wyethia, or White Mules-ear, is a sunflower-like flower that gets its common name from its large leaves that resemble mules ears. It’s found in abundance in areas like Cove’s Creek out East Fork and the meadows near Cathedral Pines.
Monday, June 29, 2020


Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Sawtooth Botanical Garden is not offering its summer wildflower walks this year.

Instead, the garden is asking wildflower and nature enthusiasts to share videos and stills identifying flowering native plants as they pop up on trails throughout the summer.

Longtime wildflower walk guide Jeanne Cassell said that a video the SBG posted of a trip to the Camas Prairie was the catalyst for people wanting to do their own walk.

Directions to the trailheads and flower images will be posted on Fridays at and on the garden’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

The garden is at 11 Gimlet Road, four miles south of Ketchum off Highway 75. The 5019(c)(3) organization relies on individual and foundation contributions, gifts in-kind and grant awards.

Call 208-726-9358 or email for more information.


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