Pacific Northwest Wildflowers contains 16065 wildflower photographs by Mark Turner, available for license as stock photography for editorial or commercial use. The photos were created throughout the Pacific Northwest and in other parts of the United States and Canada. Most are from locations in Washington, Oregon, and northern California. Every plant pictured is identified by Latin and common name. Powerful search tools make it easy to find just the photograph or species you want, whether it's a native plant or an introduced weed. High resolution digital files are available for reproduction upon agreement to a license and payment. Mark is the photographer and co-author (with Phyllis Gustafson) of the award-winning field guide, Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest. Mark is a full-time nature and garden photographer and a self-trained botanist.
Browse Plants takes you to pages for individual plants with a photo, description, and distribution map. From there you can see more photos of the same species.
Browse Photos takes you to galleries of photos organized by month and location.
Quick Search is the fastest way to find an individual species. You can search on partial names by entering the first few letters of each word.
Lightbox collects your favorite photos to share with a friend or colleague or to view again later. Add photos to the lightbox by clicking the icon next to the photos. See Help for more details.