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All photos on this page were contributed by Paige Woodward (pwoodwar@dowco.com)


Fritillaria affinis

Fritillaria affinis, Gulf Islands. Photo by Dorrance Woodward, spring 1998, for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Fritillaria camschatcensis

Fritillaria camschatcensis, 1998 near Courtenay, BC. Photo by Dorrance Woodward for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Lewisia rediviva 1

Lewisia rediviva. Photo by Dorrance Woodward at the Basque Ranch, spring 1999, for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Lewisia rediviva 2

Lewisia rediviva. Photo by Dorrance Woodward at the Basque Ranch, spring 1999, for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Liliaceous groundcover

Liliaceous groundcover, mainly Fritillaria camschatcensis and Maianthemum dilatatum. Photo by Dorrance Woodward, near Courtenay, BC, for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Penstemon Kyuquot

Penstemon davidsonii on a cliff lashed by winter waves, Kyuquot Sound, BC. Photo late summer 1998 by Dorrance Woodward for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Plectritis congesta

Plectritis congesta, Gulf Islands, BC. Photo by Dorrance Woodward, spring 1997, for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Smilacina stellata

Smilacina stellata with thick, rubbery leaves, growing in sand bank, Dog Creek, BC. Photo by Dorrance Woodward, summer 1998, for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


Trillium ovatum

Trillium ovatum, Vancouver Is., spring 1997. Photo by Dorrance Woodward for Pacific Rim Native Plants.


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The paradox of rationalization

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of pantechnicon and car and motorbike.
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so that people can discover even faster than before
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