Upper Royal Basin, Olympic National Park, 7/2016.
This less-common saxifrage variety can be identified by its matted, basal, rosette-shaped leaves (shared with the Tolmiei species) and its upright, red stems, but mainly by the yellow, orange and red spots on its petals. (more…)
June 4, 2018 | Categories: Alpine, August, Cascades, Coastal, July, Olympics, Oregon, rocky slopes, saxifrage, SE Alaska, Unique to Northwest, Washington, white | 1 Comment
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