Thimbleberry with ripe fruit
Small, tufted, the lower bract extending beyond the inflorescence.
Unusual place for this rayless arnica, which is more typically a subalpine species.
Small tree at pulloff. Needles flattened, stomatal lines on upper surface.
Large yellow heads of ray flowers only. Growing near weed pile, identified by the leaves and achene.
Small plants with branched stems, pinkish flowers.
Small plants with deep blue flowers, growing on talus.
Spreading stems with several flowers.
An annual with leafy stems, small flowering heads. First report for the park.
Many evergreen plants on north side of road near picnic area, in flower.
Large leaves on this Pea Family plant. Not in flower, growing alongside road to Nisqually River.
Plants alongside road to Nisqually River.
Spikelets in short stalks, arranged in a panicle. Growing alongside river road.
Robust plants in flower near road.
Tall plants with many flowers, across road from entrance.
Small, understory tree.
Large tree at edge of road.
Several plants, growing alongside road, between campsites.
Tall shrubs at campsite borders, in flower.
Large, tall clump with flowers, growing at edge of riverbed.
A few plants in flower in forest understory.
Bright yellow flowers, heart-shaped leaves on long stalks. Growing in understory.
White-and-pink stalk distinguish this understory species.
Greenish flowers with flaring lip on lower petals. Alongside trail.
Bright yellow flowers with red spots.
Large shrub, in flower, on slope.
Spore-bearing, tall cones.
Heart-shaped leaves on long stalks, purple flowers with veins on lower petals.
Heart-shaped leaves, bright yellow flowers with purple veins.
Newly opened fronds, growing in rocky area beside road.
Small, reddish flowers. Plants in rocky area near pulloff.
Forked petals on both reddish and green flowers. Heart-shaped leaves. Growing in dry area.
Trees with weeping, scalelike foliage, gray bark.
Two needles in a bundle. First and second-year cones on tree.
Tall trees in campground
The oval leaves have white lines. The flowers are greenish-white, borne on tall stems.
Tall plant with branched panicle. Common in open woods.
Dense inflorescence with yellow flowers. The leaves are pinnately divided.
Basal leaves,flowers are composed of rays only. Common in subalpine meadows.
Mat-forming plants, crowded flowering heads. Rare at the Park.
Rayless flowers on hairy, glandular stems. Uncommon, here growing near trail in open habitat.
Releasing seed. A few plants growing in rocky, slide area.
Tall multiple-stemmed shrub with finely-toothed ovate leaves. Growing near a pull-off alongside highway.
Tall, tufted, with flat leaves; the spikes are cylindrical. Growing in wet meadow.
Bicolored female spike with brown scales and green perigyna. Male spike at top. Wet meadows, uncommon at the Park.
Short and tufted, with rose-pink flowers. Growing in wet meadow.
Tufted and tall, with separated spikes. Growing in moist meadow.
Tall plants with purplish flowers, growing in subalpine meadows.
Low plants with dark purple flowers. Growing in meadow on north side of lake.
Tall, hairy and leafy stems, with white discoid flowers in a panicle. On rocks alongside road.