Saskatoon was one of only a few flowering shrubs found here at this time.
These plants covered much of the ground in an area where the canopy of the forest was disturbed and incomplete, letting light through.
found roadside near our parking area just off Index road.
An Invasive plant found in the floodplain of this natural area. large areas were taken over by fields of these tall plants.
distinctive flowers on this honeysuckle stand out as a distinguishing characteristic, only a few individuals were seen on this trip.
Cascara among many other species near the parking area at this park.
a small plant with crimson flowers, when the leaves were tasted, there was a distinct sour, lemon flavor.
several individuals of hazelnut were here, as one of many species found near the parking area at this location.
Thimbleberry was spread out as some of the varying ground cover plants throughout this location
Vine Maple growing alongside parking area.
An interesting configuration of fronds for this sword fern; it was found above the floodplain, near one of the roads.
Licorice fern found in great numbers on trees around this area.
artist conk found nearby the parking area, growing on downed wood, several of these were found in various sizes, all around 4-6 inches in diameter
distinctive flower-under-the-leaves structure, found growing epithetically on some downed logs, as well as nearby directly under douglas fir trees
Spiney wood ferns were large ferns found in the understory near some stumps in large numbers.
A few individuals of this species were scattered around the under-story, towering over the false lily of the valley.
a small plant with interesting brown sores on the leaves. several other individuals also had these on their leaves