2016 Glide Wildflower Show
An abundance of wildflowers


The skies may have been a little gray, but things were really bright and springy inside.  Oregonians never let a little rain dampen their spirits.


The show is always a photographer's delight.
Professor Ken Carloni, from UCC, give a walking lecture through the show.
The pie table in full swing.  YUMM!

Flower lovers of all ages meander through the show.


The Book Store has a large selection of books on a
wide variety of topics,
including the newly published
Flora of Oregon. Volume 1:
Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, and Monocots

 Some visitors taking a closer look at the flowers.
Bear grass: Xerophyllum tenax

The spinner explaining the process.

New exhibitors at the show this year. 

The end of the day cleanup.
During the end-of-show cleanup we discovered a stowaway hiding deep within the fern display.
As you can see, there is a lot of hiding space among those ferns!
In fact, during the show, several people pointed out a couple snails munching the display.

However not a single one of us could identify him, or her.  We're into botany.

We look forward to seeing you next year!

April 29 - 30, 2017