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Pacific Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum tenuipes) - This herbaceous, perennial plant is native to much of western OR and WA and northwester CA. It spreads easily by rhizomes to form large colonies in wooded areas. The flowers are greenish-white to lavender, appearing in mid to late spring, and are awe-inspiring and intricate when viewed up-close - also favored by bumblebees.
Up-close flower of the Pacific Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum tenuipes) - This herbaceous, perennial plant is native to much of western OR and WA and northwester CA. It spreads easily by rhizomes to form large colonies in wooded areas. The flowers are greenish-white to lavender, appearing in mid to late spring, and are awe-inspiring and intricate when viewed up-close - also favored by bumblebees.
Pacific Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum tenuipes) - This herbaceous, perennial plant is native to much of western OR and WA and northwester CA. It spreads easily by rhizomes to form large colonies in wooded areas. The flowers are greenish-white to lavender, appearing in mid to late spring, and are awe-inspiring and intricate when viewed up-close - also favored by bumblebees.

Pacific Waterleaf

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Hydrophyllum tenuipes

  • Size at maturity: 1' tall
  • Canopy layer: groundcover
  • Light requirements: full shade, part-sun/part-shade
  • Moisture requirements: moist soil
  • Special features: bumblebee favorite

This herbaceous, perennial plant is native to much of western OR and WA and northwester CA. It spreads easily by rhizomes to form large colonies in wooded areas. The flowers are greenish-white to lavender, appearing in mid to late spring, and are awe-inspiring and intricate when viewed up-close - also favored by bumblebees. 

Photo Credit 1 & 3: "Pacific Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum tenuipes)" by Holy Outlaw is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0 

Photo Credit 2: "Pacific Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum tenuipes)" by La.Catholique is licensed under CC BY 2.0