Wildflowers in Southeast Washington – Heather Weagant, Teacher & Photographer

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A shrub native to our area, rabbitbrush can be found throughout the Tri-Cities

All photos copyright Heather Weagant. 

Heather Weagant is a full-time special education teacher and mother born and raised in Richland. When not around children, she tries to spend her time behind the lens, photographing landscapes within the Tri-Cities and around the Pacific Northwest.

Contact Heather on Instagram: @hweagant

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Pink desert wildflowers found in the sand at Twin Sisters outside of Wallula Gap.

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Balsamroot in full bloom at Twin Sisters rocks near Wallula Gap.

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Big patches of balsamroot found overlooking the Columbia River from Wallula Gap.

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Abundance of balsamroot against ominous skies while hiking around Wallula Gap.

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Balsamroot blooming atop McBee Grade outside of Benton City.

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The sun shines through the pedals of balsamroot while hiking on top of Red Mountain.

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A rare native cactus pokes out of the brush near Horn Rapids.

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The infamous rusted out car sits in a field of balsamroot and lupine at Dalles Mountain Ranch within Columbia Hills State Park, just under 2 hours away from the Tri-Cities.

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Pink phlox can be found within our desert, like these found near Rattlesnake Mountain.

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