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Trout Lily(Erythronium oregonum) photographed by Fred Weinmann.

Trout Lily (Erythronium oregonum) photographed by Fred Weinmann. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

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Douglasia Table of Contents (current issue)
Volume 41, No. 3; 2017

 
Article Author

-About this Issue

David Giblin
-President's Message: The View From Here Don Schaechtel
-One-Headed Pussytoes (Antennaria monocephala): First Record from Washington State Matt Below
-Growing Natives from Seed: Simple Seed Propagation Methods for Native Plants Bridget McNassar
-Some Island Residents beneath the Bridge over Deception Pass, Late March J. Dan Paquette

-Solicitation for Grant Proposals

 

-Changes to the State Noxious Weed List for 2018

Wendy DesCamp
-Miner's Lettuce: Our Tastiest Weed T. Abe Lloyd
Thorp Mountain Lookout: Early Summer Flowers and Hummingbirds Galore David Giblin
-Plant Conservation in Washington: Perspectives from a Transplanted Botanist Walter Fertig
-Idahoa scapigera: An Overlooked ad (Very) Early Flowering Herb of the Shrub-Steppe  David Giblin
-Conservation through the WNPS Grant Program Becky Chaney
-Book Review: Boundary Layer: Exploriing the Genius between Worlds Fred Rhoades
-WNPS 2017 Annual Backpack: Trip Report Terri Knoke
-Smartphone Wildflower Photography Mark Turner
-WNPS 2017 Donor List  
-Washington Native Plant Society State Board Directory  

 

 

 



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