"Rosa gymnocarpa, also known as the baldhip rose (gymnocarpa means ‘bare fruit’), wood rose, or dwarf wild rose, is native to western North America from British Columbia south to California, and east to Idaho and Montana."
Epipactis gigantea is a species of orchid known by the common names Stream Orchid and Giant Helleborine and Chatterbox. This wildflower is native to western North America from British Columbia to central Mexico. This is one of the most abundant orchids of the Pacific coast of North America.
Lupine Montana's Wildflower
Early Summer in Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park // Wildflowers
Hartwood Roses: Rose Overload!
Dorsey Cosby China
Rosa Bonica, Rose. Transplanted 2007.
montana native plant poster
Botanical name: Gilia capitata Common names: Globe gilia, blue thimble flower, blueheads Origin: Native throughout California north to British Columbia and Idaho; part of the California Floristic Province Natural habitat: Slopes in many plant communities Where it will grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit
Common Harebell (these grow wild where I live - a cottage in the woods)