Flowers of purple Grasswidow, yellow Glacier Lily, white Columbian lewisia. Blewett Pass, Washington, USA.
Flowers of purple Grasswidow, yellow Glacier Lily and white (pink striped) Columbian lewisia bloom together on Table Mountain Trail #1209, near Blewett Pass, Wenatchee National Forest, Washington, USA. Erythronium grandiflorum is commonly known as glacier lily, yellow avalanche lily, and dogtooth fawn lily. // Grasswidows have the scientific name Olsynium douglasii, with synonyms Sisyrinchium douglasii or Sisyrinchium grandiflorum, in the genus Olsynium, native to western North America from southern British Columbia south to northern California, and east to northwest Utah. Grasswidow is a perennial herbaceous bulbiferous plant which grows 10-40 cm tall with flowers having six purple tepals. // The Columbian lewisia (scientific name: Lewisia columbiana, in the purslane family) is native to western United States and British Columbia in rocky mountain habitats. Several stems rise up to 30 centimeters tall, each bearing up to 100 flowers. The flower has 4 to 11 petals, each up to about a centimeter in length and oval with a notched tip. The petals are white to pale pink, usually with sharp dark pink veining (stripes).Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download