Wildflowers: Fort Boise Military Reserve

I took a walk in our 400 acre backyard this morning.

asters

Flea bane

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Anyone know what these are called?blue2

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Buckwheat

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glory

Bindweed/wild morning glory

onion

Wild onion

primrose

Desert evening primrose

yarrow

Yarrow, Bachelor’s button

One thought on “Wildflowers: Fort Boise Military Reserve

  1. We are so lucky to have the Reserve! Many generations will thank Alice Dieter and other foresighted members of the Boise Parks & Recreation Commission who, in the 1980s, realized Boiseans would someday want and need natural areas near their homes for walking, biking and riding. Now, 30 years later, not a day goes by when I don’t see someone walking their dog, biking or communing with nature somewhere on the Reserve….including us!

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