On a recent walk up Harbor Mountain, I was reminded (by doing it) that I sometimes mistake Geranium (Geranium erianthum) leaves for monkshood (Aconitum delphiniifolium). Strangely, I don’t recall ever making the mistake in the other direction, which is probably … Continue reading
Connor and I hiked Harbor Mountain to Gavan Hill for his 7th birthday.
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Tagged Aconitum delphiniifolium, Angelica lucida, Arnica sp, Carex nigricans, Chamaecyparis nootkatensis, Conioselinum gmelinii, Connor, Gavan Hill Trail, Gentiana platypetala, Gymnomitrium obtusum, Harbor Mountain Trail, Helvella crassitunicata, Juncus mertensianus, Montia parvifolia, Nephrophyllidium, Primula cuneifolia, Saussurea americana, Sericomyia sp