Mountain boykinia, Boykinia major - Mountain boykinia is a relatively common species of moist forests and riparian locations of the Olympics, Cascades, Siskiyous, Coast Range and, less frequently, the Sierra Nevada. It grows best in moist soil and bright shade. The leaves may be up to eight inches across and the flowers are showy and white. It grows one to three feet tall. Boykinia grows as a lush, leafy woodland groundcover that looks great under taller plants like Ostrich Fern and Salomon's Seal.
Posted on Fri, July 16, 2010
by Eric Larusson filed under