Seen in shady areas throughout the park.
This is not the prettiest wildflower. And I'm surprised to find it called Snakeroot on this site. My Pojar field guide calls it Pacific Sanicle, a very odd name for a flower.
aka Pacific Sanicle
Seen growing somewhat south of Chiles Creek.
Sanicula crassicaulis is a species of flowering plant in the parsley family known by the common names Pacific sanicle and Pacific blacksnakeroot. It is native to the west coast of North America from British Columbia to Baja California, where it can be found in many types of habitat, including mountain slopes, grassland, and woodlands. It is a perennial herb producing a thick stem up to 1.2 meters tall from a taproot. The leaves have blades up...