Observed in the Evergreen forest. Identifying characteristics include thick leathery leaves that are evergreen colored. Leaves are between 5-10 cm long and are finely toothed. Most commonly found at medium elevations in coniferous forests out tot he seashore.
0.2-5 m tall, with hairy branched stems. Alternate leaves, evergreen, leathery, thick, shiny, egg-shaped, 5-10 cm long, sharply and fine toothed. In the Ericaceae family.
Thick patches along the trail. Alternate, oval, thick, leathery leaves with a small point on the tip. Varying size, 3-7 inches, with some being slightly wavy. Finely serrated margins. Flowers are small white urn shaped flowers that form in a row at the end of the branch. The branches are a reddish color and are covered in very small hairs.
Found by longhouse with very small weeds growing around it. The leaves were alternate and leathery. Had shine to them.
Along the path from the Longhouse to Lot B, surrounded by many other varieties of plant, including some blackberry? Green leathery leaves with reddish orange petiole. No flowers or berries visible.
This shrub has rich green leaves. Leaves are very thick leathery and broad. They are alternating on the stem. Leaves are sharp toothed and have small hairs on them. There are buds along the stem and there are many hairs along the stem too. They produce a dark purple berry and pink and white flowers. The leaves have very detailed vivid veins.
leathery and thick leaves with alternating branches. No lobes on leaf. Tiny teeth with wavy margin. Has strong central vein.
common name is Salal
leaves are 7-10 cm long, 4-6 cm wide and deep green color. leathery/tough texture. "egg shaped"
flowers are 5-10 mm long and wide. light pinkish/white color. small pink leaves at base of each flower. slightly hairy texture.
stems are reddish green and quite sturdy
Individual pants vary in height from 4 to 15 inches. The plants are upright with alternating leaves. Leaves are thick, shiny, and oval shaped with small teeth.
Found near the edge of the evergreen woods on Simmons Rd. Partly cloudy. 60°F This shrubby plant appears to be mature and is about 1.5' tall in the photograph. The alternating leaves are about 3" long, leathery, waxy, have a net-like venation, and a pointed tip.
An evergreen shrub with variable height. It has alternating simple leathery leaves that end with a pointy tip and are kind of egg shaped. The leaves have very fine teeth along the edges. This shrub also has black/purple berries.