Charles Christopher Parry, 1823-1890, was a highly respected doctor, explorer, and naturalist; a member of the Mexican Boundary Survey (1849-1852); the first botanist in the United States Department of Agriculture (1869-1871); and an acclaimed botanical collector and taxonomist in the mid-west, Colorado, and other western states Department of Agriculture (1869-1871); and an acclaimed botanical collector Read More …
Category: Native Plant Photo Galleries
This is the location of all of the photo galleries for native plants which are located on the “Plants and Habitats” page. Each photo gallery is on an individual post.
Orchids of Colorado Photos by Scott Smith North American Native Orchid Jounnal, Volume 13 (3) 2007 The Native Orchids of Colorado A Botanical Adventure of an Amateur Scott F. Smith For best effect click on the image, choose “i” and expand to the whole screen. Press “ESC” to return to this page.
Photographs by Steve O’Kane, Associate Professor of Botany, University of Northern Iowa,and Co-Editor and a lead field botanist for a Flora of the Four Corners Area, the San Juan Basin Flora Project
Colorado Botrychium Photos by Scott Smith Text by Scott Smith and Al Schneider Botrychiums, by some considered members of their own family, Botrychiaceae, are by the Flora of North America experts Warren and Florence Wagner, placed in Ophioglossaceae (the Adder’s Tongue Family) . Further, plants that the Wagners recognize as Botrychium are by some experts Read More …
Front Range Plains and Foothills WildflowersPhotos by Loraine YeattsClick on any photo to get started.
Alpine Wildflowers of the Metro-Denver Chapter AreaPhotos by Loraine YeattsClick on a Photo to Get Started
Flora of the Upper San Juan River Basinphotos by Steve O’KaneClick on Photo to Get Started
Semi-desert Wildflowers of the Canyon of the AncientsPhotos and Descriptionsby Al SchneiderClick on Photo to Get Started
Colorado PhysariaPhotos by Steve O’KaneClick a Photo to Get Started
Mountain Flowers of the Denver Metro AreaPhotos by Loraine YeattsClick a Photo to Get Started