Including the Marble Mountain, Russian, and Trinity Alps Wilderness areas
Wildflowers of California’s Klamath Mountains features flowering plants found within one of the most biodiverse temperate mountain ranges on Earth. This photographic collection is representative of the most common, beautiful, and unique plants across this amazing region.
- 629 species, subspecies, and varieties of wildflowers
- Over 800 full color images organized by flower color
- Localized, detailed species descriptions
- Destinations to find flowers throughout the year
The Klamath Mountains are a fascinating and botanically diverse area situated at the the crossroads of the Coast Range, Modoc Plateau, Sacramento Valley, Cascade Range, and Sierra Nevada the Klamath Mountains and hold representative species from each. Combine that with their attendant geology, topography, and climate, and the floristic diversity is second to none for a temperate region.