Historic Hood River
This specimen of Ceanothus integerrimus, commonly known as deer brush, is in the Smithsonian and its image is available under their “Smithsonian Open Access” program which places photographs like this in the public domain. Why are we seeing it on Historic Hood River? This specimen was collected at Shushula, in Hood River, in 1898. Too bad it isn’t geotagged.
The Smithsonian botany collection includes hundreds of samples gathered in Hood River.