Not glandular anywhere
Here's the beautiful Castilleja parviflora olympica, an endemic magenta paintbrush of the Olympic National Park. There were just about two dozen plants growing, none taller than 8", along the wetter side of the Klahane Ridge trail.
ID by Steve Junak of Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
Very tall paintbrush, about 18-24", and much pinker red, than the normal orange-red of paintbrush. Long, linear leaves. Growing in the sagebrush.
Castilleja, commonly known as Indian paintbrush or prairie-fire, is a genus of about 200 species of annual and perennial herbaceous plants native to the west of the Americas from Alaska south to the Andes, northern Asia, and one species as far west as the Kola Peninsula in Siberia. These plants are classified in the broomrape family, Orobanchaceae (following major rearrangements of the order Lamiales starting around 2001; sources which do not follow these reclassifications may place...