Burnt Mountain Trail, William O. Douglas Wilderness, WA 6/2018.
This uncommon, low-lying member of the mustard family, also known as bladderpod, is found in dry sandy soil. (more…)
June 22, 2018 | Categories: Cascades, East of Cascades, June, Mid Elevation, mustard, rocky slopes, rosette leaf, Unique to Northwest, Washington, yellow | Tags: flower, ironstone mountain trail, pacific northwest, wildflower, William O. Douglas Wilderness | 2 Comments
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