Dogwood by Jan Horn



The 41st Annual


will be held on

April 28 and 29, 2007
Glide Community Center

phone 541-677-7113





The Glide Wildflower Show is held annually on

the last full weekend in April at the Glide Community Building

20062 N. Umpqua Highway, Glide, Oregon

(17 miles east of Roseburg Oregon on Highway 138)

The show is non-profit, created by community volunteers and

traditionally presented in the Glide Community Center.

Beverages, lunches and home made pies will be available.

Site is wheelchair accessible.

Suggested donation $2 per person.

Please dress warmly;
The building is unheated to preserve the plants.



The show opens for photographers only

Saturday and Sunday mornings (8-9 a.m.)

prior to public hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Monday is for school groups by pre-arrangement.

Students will view exhibits, attend science

workshops, and enjoy hands-on activities.

The show features hundreds of plants from the diverse habitats of

Southwestern Oregon, arranged by family and identified by botanical

and common names. Included are exhibits and specimens of wildflowers,

trees, shrubs, lichens, liverworts, mosses, ferns and grasses.

Photographs of rare and endangered species are also on display.



The Glide Wildflower Flora Book and an identification

guide will be available for a nominal charge.

Other reference materials may also be purchased.

Special exhibits highlight intriguing aspects of our native

flora, and botanists will be on hand to answer visitors' questions.




History of Wildflower Show


Slides of 04 & 05 Shows
photos by Jim Corrado & Kay Bilton

Slides of 2003 Show
photos by Jim Corrado

Slides of 2002 Show
photos by Jim Corrado

Slides of 2001 Show
photos by Chuck Telford

Be patient, the first picture of each show loads
slowly. Wait a couple seconds after the buttons
appear; then navigate manually using
the blue arrows or your
fg keys,
or automatically, using the green arrow.



The Glide Wildflower Show

      • Started in 1965 as a as a fund raiser for the Glide Community
        Club. For the first show, plant authority Reggie Miller
        collected and arranged 91 specimens that were enjoyed by two
        dozen visitors. Now thousands of visitors from all over the
        world come to see hundreds of cataloged and labeled plants.
      • is now the largest display of native plants in the Pacific Northwest.
      • is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization emphasizing
        education, appreciation and conservation.
      • is made possible by coordinated volunteer efforts
        of local residents and professional botanists from
        throughout the Pacific Northwest who volunteer their
        expertise to insure accurate plant identification.
      • organizes and trains plant collectors for the show, who
        follow conservation guidelines and obtain collecting permits.





Glide Wildflower Show
Box 332 Glide OR 97443

Phone contact: 541-677-7113

Contact email:



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