Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier Flora -- Angelica arguta -- (Sharp-tooth Angelica)

photos by Susan McDougall


Angelica arguta

A species of the lower subalpine, Sharp-toothed Angelica is a tall plant, locally common on the south and east sides of the Park. The leaves are flattened and divided into three parts.

Location: Stevens Canyon Road, Mount Rainier National Park

Date: July 12, 2014

Author: Susan McDougall
Stevens Canyon Road, Mount Rainier National Park
GPS: 46.7664, -121.6702
Date: July 12, 2014
Angelica arguta

The numerous white flowers are in a compound umbel. This Carrot Family member grows in wet, open habitats from 4,000-5,500 feet.

Location: Stevens Canyon Road, Mount Rainier National Park

Date: July 12, 2014

Author: Susan McDougall
Stevens Canyon Road, Mount Rainier National Park
GPS: 46.7664, -121.6702
Date: July 12, 2014

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