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Plants of Manning Park

 

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Lupinus arcticus S. Wats.
Arctic Lupine >

 

  Calypso Bulbosa (L.) Oakes
< Fairy Slipper Orchid

 
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Erythronium grandiflorum Pursh
Yellow Glacier Lily >

  Fritillaria affinis (Schult.) Sealy
< Chocolate or Checker Lily

 
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Phacelia sericea (Grah.) A. Gray
Silky Phacelia >

  Rhododendron macrophyllum D.Don ex G.Don
< Pacific Rhododendron

 
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Castilleja miniata Dougl. ex Hook.
Scarlet or Common Red Paintbrush >

  Delphinium menziesii DC.
< Menzies' Larkspur

 
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    Photographs by Gerald and Irmgard Carter. The 4x6 inch prints are mounted on 5x7 inch cream coloured-cardstock and come packaged individually with their own envelopes. The back of the cards features the species description as well as the following information:

Located in the Cascade Mountains of Southeastern British Columbia, Manning Park is well-known for its magnificent display of subalpine flowers in midsummer. The park includes five of the fourteen distinct Biogeoclimatic Zones of British Columbia, with habitat ranging from lush coastal forest to dry interior vegetation.

Photograph copyright of Gerald and Irmgard Carter

Established in 1915, the UBC Herbarium is the 3rd largest in Canada, housing over half a million plant specimens from around the world. The herbarium is home to the largest bryophyte collection in Canada, the largest collection of BC vascular plants, and significant collections of algae, fungi and lichens. To learn more, visit the following websites.

UBC Herbarium
E-Flora BC: Electronic Atlas of the Plants of BC


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