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Lewis Monkey Flower

Stomping Grounds

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Mimulus lewisii Pursh 

In the neighborhood of Glacier, British Columbia, where I first saw 
this striking monkeyflower, it grew luxuriantly. Along the streams 
about timberline it found the habitat most suited to it, for although it 
never grew in water, it needed the cool drippings from melting snows 
higher up the slopes to sustain its lush growth. The large richly 
colored flowers were in pleasing contrast with the green leaves. I 
never found the plant in the Rockies east of the Columbia River 
The specific name was given in honor of Meriwether Lewis of the 
celebrated Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Northwest. Although 
dissimilar in aspect, the monkeyflowers belong to the same family as 
the elephanthead, shown in the preceding plate— namely, the Fig- 
wort family. 

Lewis monkeyflower is found from Colorado to Arizona, Califor- 
nia, and British Columbia and locally eastward to Minnesota. 

These specimens were gathered at an altitude of 3,500 feet.
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Mimulus lewisii Pursh 

In the neighborhood of Glacier, British Columbia, where I first saw 
this striking monkeyflower, it grew luxuriantly. Along the streams 
about timberline it found the habitat most suited to it, for although it 
never grew in water, it needed the cool drippings from melting snows 
higher up the slopes to sustain its lush growth. The large richly 
colored flowers were in pleasing contrast with the green leaves. I 
never found the plant in the Rockies east of the Columbia River 
The specific name was given in honor of Meriwether Lewis of the 
celebrated Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Northwest. Although 
dissimilar in aspect, the monkeyflowers belong to the same family as 
the elephanthead, shown in the preceding plate— namely, the Fig- 
wort family. 

Lewis monkeyflower is found from Colorado to Arizona, Califor- 
nia, and British Columbia and locally eastward to Minnesota. 

These specimens were gathered at an altitude of 3,500 feet.
We produce all of our on images in shop, and we are happy to offer custom work to our customers. Please inquire for pricing and options.