The photo above shows a close-up photo of the terminal raceme of tightly compressed flowers of tower rock cress as seen at a rock quarry at about 4100' at the end of Road K6900 on the southeastern slopes of Mt. Adams.................June 13, 2005. The plants seen at this site were all over one meter in height. All the photos on this page were taken at this site.
The photo above shows the scalloped leaf margin of a basal leaf of tower rock cress. The basal leaves are oblanceolate in outline and fairly densely covered with stiff, spreading simple hairs or star-shaped hairs.
The photo above shows a clasping leaf base and some of the sparse, spreading hairs to be found on the lower stem of tower rock cress..................June 13, 2005.
Another view of a stem leaf of tower rock cress.