Wildflowers of Brohm Lake Interpretive Forest

These wildflowers were photographed in the Brohm Lake Interpretive Forest, Squamish, BC. The hike was with Vancouver's GA Hiking Club on June 23, 2005. The trail starts on Highway 99, 14 km north of Garibaldi Highlands UTM 90,420 E, 18,850 N (NAD83). The interpretive forest and trails are described at: http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/dsq/interpForests/BrohmLk/Brohm.htm

Many thanks to Terry Taylor for help in identifying the plants! The page numbers refer to "Plants of Coastal British Columbia", Pojar and MacKinnon, Lone Pine Publishing, 1994, where the plants are described. In some cases, the species are hard to identify. Please let me know if there are some plants that are misidentified - I can send associated photos of leaves and habitat.

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Ian Cumming, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UBC