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Matted, conservation quality limited edition (1000) print. Great Camas (Camassia leichtlinii) Liliaceae Family Camas is found in coastal to montane wet meadows and swales, and occurs east from northern California into Wyoming and Utah. The plants often grow to be over two feet tall, with numerous pale blue to deep royal blue flowers about one and a half inches in diameter. Look closely at the flowers to see gorgeous striping of different hues of blues. Bulbs of many species of camas were a staple food of Native Americans, who wisely avoided the bulbs of the appropriately named death camas (Zygadenus venenosus), which frequently grows intermixed with camas. Camas is in cultivation in both white- and blue-flowered forms, but native camas stands are becoming less and less common, as lands they once dominated are taken over for grazing or crops. Wild camas is still common along Interstate-5 in Oregon, where the deep blue-flowered form can be seen in the Willamette Valley, the white-flowered forms grow just north of Roseburg, and the intermediate, pale blue-flowered form occurs in the regions between.

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Length/Depth: 0.5 in
Width: 11 in
Height: 14 in

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Botanical watercolors sold as framed originals, prints, cards of various sizes, bookmarks, and hand-painted silk scarves and wall-hangings. All art lovingly made by me, a PhD Botanist who couldn't stop her art habit! For more info about me, see: http://www.vorobikbotanicalart.com/ResumeCV.htm; to see more of my botanical art images, see: http://www.vorobikbotanicalart.com/Gallery.htm. About me: Linda Ann Vorobik, botanist, editor, and illustrator of numerous botanical publications, cherishes all three west coast states as home. She holds Bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University (Bellingham) and a PhD from the University of Oregon (Eugene), specializing in plant taxonomy. Linda’s home is on Lopez Island, in the San Juan Islands of Washington State, but she is affiliated with UC Berkeley and UW Seattle herbaria, and conducts field research and teaches in the Siskiyou Mountains of Oregon and at other sites. Linda has over 25 years of illustration and college level teaching experience, and is principal illustrator of, for example, The Flora of Santa Cruz Island, The Jepson Manual: Vascular Plants of California, and has contributed many illustrations to the recently published Flora of the Pacific Northwest, 2nd Edition. For more information, see her Resume. For a complete list of Linda’s work experience and publications, see her Curriculum Vitae at http://www.vorobikbotanicalart.com/ResumeCV.htm, and to purchase artwork on line or to see Linda’s upcoming botany and botanical art workshops or art shows, please visit: http://www.vorobikbotanicalart.com/. NOTE: my website is like a Model T: Old and clunky, but it works :) !!

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