National Geographic : 1955 Jul
107 ( Kodacnromes by raul A. zani ... Midsummer Brings an Ever-changing Blanket of Blooms Upper right: Red mountain heath, Phyllodoce empetriformis, adds color to drab rock crests. (Enlarged 2 times.) Right: Sitka columbine, Aquilegia formosa, is the only species of columbine found in the Olympics. Fanciest of buttercups, its flower suggests doves about a shallow dish. Lower right: Delicate Anemone hudsonianawears a coat of silky hairs. Another member of the buttercup family, it thrives on high meadows and rocky slopes. (Enlarged 1/2 times.) Below: Chocolate lily, Fritillarialanceolata, is called rice root because it tastes like rice. Northwest Indians considered it a delicacy.