Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Easy Stroll to Yield Plethora of Wildflowers
You might spot this lovely Purple Fringe or Silky Phacelia if you’re out and about in Idaho’s mountains. The stalks of purple flowers bloom on banks of mountain lakes and on mountain ridges close to treeline. Apparently, it is known to accumulate gold, although no one will likely get rich harvesting it.
Friday, June 25, 2021


The Idaho Native Plant Society is hosting an easy stroll to see wildflowers on Saturday, June 26.

The stroll will take place near the parking lot at Prairie Creek and Billy’s Bridge 17 miles north of Ketchum off Highway 75.

Summer wildflowers abound in this area and so it is the perfect venue to begin to learn wildflowers or go ga-ga over the ones you already know.

Leaders will tour that area and then go to other nearby habitats.

Meet at Lake Creek parking lot north of Hulen Meadows, prepared to leave at 9:30 a.m., or meet at the pull-off for Prairie Creek Road at 10 a.m.

Walkers should be back at the car by 1 p.m.


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