Janet prefers to paint in oil paint and likes to create in pen and ink. She photographs things that interest her, such as animals, people and landscapes. She is now creating installations and stop action movies that have deep psychological meanings. Her work shows her interest and appreciation of beauty and story telling.
Orange hawkweed is a perennial that has fibrous roots and rhizomes. Its flowering stems grow 7.9 inches to 35.4 inches tall.
Fire weed is a favorite forage of bears and other animals.
The wood lily is 1 to 2 feet tall and is found in aspen groves.
When in bloom, beargrass is a conspicuous plant, the erect stem reaching 3 to 5 feet tall.
Common paintbrush reaches a height of 1 to 3 feet comes in colors of red, scarlet, or reddish orange.
Pointed mariposa lily has distinct dark purple dots at the base and center of each of the three petals.