Spotted in the water alongside the trail around Silver Lake.
Seen along the Silver Lake trail in a rather dark and densely wooded area. Beautiful flower, seems to match the distinct shape of the Fiary-slipper. Please correct if wrong.
Spotted growing alongside the trail in some of the wetter regions surrounding Silver Lake.
What Dr. Pojar identifies as American Bulrush (scirpus americanus), and what inaturalist calls olney's three-square bulrush (Schoenoplectus americanus), was spotted growing along the trail around Silver Lake in a small wet area. Sharply triangular, erect leaves seem to be the indicator, please correct if wrong.
Growing along side the trail around Silver Lake near the Mt. St. Helens visitor's center just off Spirit Lake Highway.
About as common as the Canada goose and seen in roughly the same regions. This one seen in Silver Lake, Washington.
Seen growing alongside the trail of Silver Lake near Mt. St. Helens, Washington.
Seen standing on a tree in the shallow regions of Silver Lake, calling for a long time to others of its species in the area.
Seen along the edge of the trail that surrounds Silver Lake near the Mt. St. Helens visitors center. Growing in a remote part of Southern Washington.
Not entirely sure on this ID, seen along the Silver Lake trail in a shallow puddle area.
Large plant with distinct looking leaves, seen growing by Silver Lake along the trail. Please help identify.
Seen in Silver Lake shallows, the signs along the trail identified this as Arrowhead, however I noted these arrowhead specimens did not have as sharp corners down at the broad end of the arrowhead shape, making them seem somewhat different from other arrowhead pictures online.
Growing alongside the trail near the Mt. St. Helens visitor's center near Silver Lake in Washington State. Growing isolated from others of the same species, although there were numerous individuals along the trail.