[Potentilla glandulosa] -- [The Cinquefoils Found East of the Cascades of Oregon and Washington]
Drymocallis lactea var. lactea
Synonyms: Potentilla glandulosa ssp. nevadensis, Potentilla glandulosa var. nevadensis, Potentilla pumila
A close-up of a portion of the inflorescence of may be Nevada cinquefoil as seen near 7500' at the trailhead for Bullrun Rock, Monument Rock Wilderness........August 3, 2011.
A close-up of a portion of the inflorescence of may be Nevada cinquefoil as seen near 7500' at the trailhead for Bullrun Rock, Monument Rock Wilderness........August 3, 2011. Note the canary yellow petals which are more than 1 mm longer than the subtending sepals.
Examples of Nevada cinquefoil as seen on Strawberry Mountain, Strawberry Mountain Wilderness........August 19, 2011. Note the long spreading hairs, many of which are gland-tipped. Note also the spreading petals and sepals, with the petals much longer than the sepals and the canary-yellow color of the petals. The inflorescence is not leafy bracteate. The photo at upper right was taken on the south side of Strawberry Mountain on August 3, 2011.
Close-up details of nevada cinquefoil as seen on slopes above the eastern bank of the John Day River about three miles downstream of Oregon Highway 206 in Cottonwood Canyon State Park and adjacent BLM lands.........April 9, 2016.
Nevada cinquefoil blooming at the eastern edge of vernally moist meadows west of FS Road #4215 in Antler Prairie, Ochoco National Forest...........May 27, 2016.
Nevada cinquefoil as seen along the upper portion of the steep trail from the Steens Mountain summit downhill to Wildhorse Lake, Harney County, Oregon...........July 10, 2014.
Nevada cinquefoil as seen along the Mother Lode Trail #808A atop Lookout Mountain, Ochoco National Forest.........June 25, 2017.
Nevada cinquefoil blooming in the Umatilla National Forest at Bald Mountain which is several miles east of Tollgate, OR.........June 29, 2012. Note: from the flower color, this photo might be incorrectly identified!.