Habitat: In humus in low- to mid-elevation closed-canopy forests Bloom time: June - August Range: In Washington, primarily west of the Cascades, with populations in the wet forests of northeast Washington
Hibiscus - Fractal branching patterns - Abutilon is a large genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics of the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Australia.
Hellebores are one of those rare flowers that love the shade. These beauties bloom in late winter or early spring, and provide a pop of color to an otherwise monotone green shade garden. - The Handymans Daughter - Shade Gardening
Sea Poison Tree (Barringtonia asiatica) Once in full bloom these flowers resemble a cheerleader’s pom pom. They’re common along the coasts of the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean. They have a sickly sweet smell that attracts bats and moths at night.