Burnt Lake Trail, Mount Hood N.W., OR, 7/2013.
The leaves of this low, alpine shrub are scale-like, reminiscent of evergreens such as cedars and cypresses, compared to the spruce-like needles of the pink and yellow heathers. (more…)
November 14, 2014 | Categories: Alpine, alpine/subalpine meadow, Cascades, East of Cascades, heath, Mid Elevation, Oregon, rocky slopes, Southern Oregon / Northern California, white | Tags: flower, John Muir, Mt. Hood, Wildflowers | Leave a comment
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