Corn Lilies Reaching Out to Goat Lake
This is one of my favorite Springtime plants in the Cascades, called False Hellebores, but I prefer to call them Corn Lilies on account of their resemblance to the Corn Plant (ask young children what these are called and I almost guarantee what the answer will be!). I love their texture, patterns, and luminous yellow green color in early spring. When in mass they seem to have an almost tropical appearance and look more like something from the very early part of Earth's history. This colony appeared to be leading the way and reaching out to Goat Lake and Cadet Peak on the horizon.
Corn LiliesFalse HelleboreGoat LakeCadet PeakGolden HourPatterns and TexturesHenry M Jackson Wilderness Area
From Mountain Loop Highway