at-risk medicinal and edible plants

botanical illustration

the tending collection

Black Cohosh

This is a part of a series of illustrations inspired by the mission of United Plant Savers to conserve, protect, and uplift medicinal plants with low populations.

Trillium is one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. The variety that grows here in the Pacific Northwest starts off with white petals that shift to light pink and then finally turn a deep purple-magenta color. I love to visit the Trillium patches in the wooded areas of my yard and see their current color status while they are in bloom.

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