Small trees growing in meadow on drier sites and on south side as a small forest.
Beautiful white-flowered orchid, close to overlook of meadow.
Near southern side of meadow on slightly elevated ground.
In shallow water with submerged leaves. White flowers with yellow spot.
north side of meadow at forest edge.
Lanky plants, in flower on southeast side of meadow.
Rare at the Park, found along north side of open meadow.
Large group of tall, flowering plants near north boundary of meadow.
Large group of plants on north side of meadow, some of them releasing seed.
Many plants, some in flower near edge of wet meadow.
Native mint in flower. Found near spring on south side of Longmire Meadow.
Flowers on one side of the stem, with basal leaves.
Tall, with purplish rounded clusters, narrow leaves turned towards stem.
Tall rush with a many-flowered inflorescence. Common in meadows, along streams.
Whorled leaves with clusters of white flowers, this bedstraw is uncommon at the Park.
Several plants in slightly raised area near standing water.
Insectivorous plant with sticky hairs on leaves; in flower in damp area.
More typically a subalpine species, found in wet areas at the meadow.
White flowers in umbels and pinnately compound leaves characterize this common plant of swampy areas.
Common lowland sedge with many spikelets in tight clusters.
Tall, drooping sedge. Uncommon
Densely clustered spikes in clusters on this uncommon lowland Carex.
Uncommon at the Park, a lowland species with tall stems, wide leaves.
Tall grass with reddish spikelets. Common from lower elevation meadows to higher subalpine.
Several plants in shaded area on southwest side of meadow. Showy blue-purple bell-shaped flowers.
Tall, tufted, with drooping panicle.
Tall, with drooping branches.
Several plants at western end of meadow on damp ground. Photo with insect on end of inflorescence.