Seep Monkeyflower

Erythanthe guttatus
  • Description: Annual, self-seeding herb from 10 – 80cm tall. Leaves are in pairs, oval, and coarsely toothed. Flowers are large, cheerful, and yellow.
  • Habitat: Crevices, rocky seeps, streambanks, gravel bars, ditches, and meadows.
  • Pair with: Camas, chocolate lily, sea blush, miner’s lettuce, and crevice alumroot.
  • Fun Fact: Monkeyflowers are highly variable, and there are several species on Galiano Island.

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