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The Copper River Valley is a showcase for many kinds of Alaskan wildflowers   Copper River Country is a showcase for
many kinds of wildflowers
The beauty of Alaska's Copper River Valley is enhanced throughout the growing season by a wide variety of wildflowers. Many species bloom only briefly, taking full advantage of Alaska's brief but intense time of light and warmth. As blossoms bud, bloom, and develop fruit, the appearance and character of trails, woods, and meadows changes dramatically. Strolls along a single trail yield treasures that vary from week-to-week, and even from day-to-day.
   
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Look for the these blooms (and many others) on your walks through Wellwood forests and other areas of Alaska's Copper River Basin:
• Pasque Flower
• Fairy Slipper Orchid
• Lupine
• Tall Jacob's Ladder
• Grass of Parnassus
• Twinflower
• Soapberry
• Goldenrod
• Four-Part Gentian
• Pussy Foot
• Wild Mustard
• Prickly Rose
• Larkspur
• Lowbush Cranberry (Ligonberry)
• Highbush Cranberry
• Nagoon Berry
• Wintergreen
• Dwarf Dogwood (Bunch Berry)
• Timberberry (Pumpkin Berry)
• Yarrow
• Tundra Rose (Shrubby Cinquefoil)
• Bluebell (Languid Lady)
• Fireweed
• Aster
• Kinnikinnick
• Death Camas
• Northern Bedstraw

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