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Yellowstone National Park - Forces of the Northern Range - What's Blooming


Location of sign - on the Forces of the Northern Range Trail between Tower Junction and Mammoth Hot Springs 

in Yellowstone National Park.


Photo taken June 2008

What's Blooming?, What's Blooming? sign, Yellowstone National Park  


Text of sign:


What's Blooming?

Flowers are scattered throughout Yellowstone's northern landscape from April to September.  During the winter the lie dormant,

waiting to burst into color.


Several factors determine what you might see and where.


How hot or cold has it been this growing season?

Has it rained or snowed much this year?

Some flowers are early bloomers, others are late

Many northern range flowers like sunny locations, but some need a cool, shady, or moist spot

Some flowers hug the edges of high, craggy peaks while others flourish in the lowlands


This exhibit made possible by a generous grant from the Yellowstone Association.


Graphics on the sign


In addition to the text there is a background picture of blooming flowers.  There is also a flip book attached to the sign that displays

various blooming flowers.


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