Wildflower Photo Gallery

Below are some of the many flowers that can be found in the Sanctuary.

Arrow-Leaved Coltsfoot – Petasites sagittatus

Blooms: Arpil – June

Bunchberry – Cornus canadensis

Blooms: June – July

Dwarf Raspberry – Rubus arcticus

Blooms: Mid-May – June

Yellow Evening Primrose – Oenothera biennis


Fireweed – Epilobium angustifolium

Blooms: June – September

Harebell – Campanula rotundifolia

Blooms: July – August

Common Red Paintbrush – Castilleja miniata

Blooms: June – September

Mealy Primrose – Primula incana

Blooms: June – July

Nodding Onion – Allium cernuum

Blooms: June August

Pink Wintergreen – Pyrola asarifolia

Blooms: Mid-May – July

Prickly Rose – Rosa acicularis

Blooms: June – August

Star-flowered Solomon’s Seal – Smilicina stellata

Blooms: May – June

Wild Strawberry – Fragaria virginiana

Blooms: May – June

The Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary is a protected area in Parkland County with four hiking trails that are perfect for all ages to enjoy wildlife watching.