[Plant Lists of Pacific Northwest Wildflowers] [Flora Northwest]

Plant Lists of Washington Wildflowers

Wildflower bloom on Steptoe Butte in eastern Whitman County, Washington.

Wildflower bloom on Steptoe Butte in eastern Whitman County, Washington.............June 22, 2009.

The following represent plant lists for selected natural areas in Washington. Some of the lists include plants from previous NPSO or WNPS field trips or may be based on voucher specimen data obtained from the Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria or lists provided by the Washington Native Plant Society. The remainder of the plants in each list have been seen and confirmed by the webmaster, Paul Slichter. The lists are generally incomplete at this point and are in PDF format. Some rare plants may have been omitted from the lists for their protection. Plants with parentheses around a variety or subspecies name, like (v. gracilis?) have been identified to species but the variety or subspecies ID is still uncertain. A question mark after the species name in parentheses, like Potentilla (gracilis?) indicates the genus is certain, but species ID is not. Question marks after the common name or whole scientific name indicate that the identification is uncertain, or it is a plant others have seen but I haven't verified its prescence yet.

Additions or corrections can be e-mailed to the webmaster at the address below (Data concerning fungi, grasses, lichens, mosses, rushes and sedges are especially welcomed for each site.). Lists may be updated several times through the 2011 season so check back days before your anticipated trip. You are free to use these plant lists (including print them out for a field trip) both for personal hike or a group field trip (say one used for a hike sponsored by the Friends of the Columbia Gorge, Native Plant Society of Oregon, or Washington Native Plant Society). For other uses of the list, please contact the webmaster at the E-mail address below.

Asotin County

Fields Springs State Park

Garfield County

Misery Springs Campground (Umatilla National Forest)

Ray Ridge Viewpoint (Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness)

Toucannon River Trail #3135 (Umatilla National Forest) - A Botany Washington 2007 Field Trip

Kittitas County

Beverly Turnpike Trail #1391 (Wenatchee National Forest)

Forest Service Road #3507: South and west slopes of Lions Rock (Wenatchee National Forest)

Iron Creek Trail #1351 (Wenatchee National Forest)

Miller Creek Trail #1397 (Wenatchee National Forest)

Table Mountain (Wenatchee National Forest)

Klickitat County

Avery Gravel Pit

Brooks Memorial State Park

Catherine Creek

Cherry Orchard Trail

Columbia Hills

Company Road (Wahkiacus to Leidl Park: Columbia Land Conservancy right of way, WDFW and private lands)

Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Crawford Oaks and Eightmile Creek (Columbia Hills State Park: SR14 to the Dalles Mt. Ranch)

Coyote Wall and the Labyrinth

Dancing Rock Property (Friends of the Columbia River Gorge)

Grayback Mountain (list only from the Klickitat State Wildlife Area)

Horsethief Butte (Columbia Hills State Park)

Klickitat State Wildlife Area

Klickitat Trail: Fisher Hill Road to Pitt

Klickitat Trail: Wahkiacus to Klickitat Springs

Klickitat Trail: Lower Swale Canyon

Klickitat Trail: Upper Swale Canyon

Panakanic: Private meadows at the head of Rattlesnake Creek.

Simcoe Mountains

Willard Springs Trail, Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge

SR 14 at MP 115.5

Three Bench Loop

Weldon Wagon Trail

Skamania County

Babyshoe Meadows (Gifford Pinchot National Forest: Mt. Adams)

Bathtub Meadow (Gifford Pinchot National Forest: Mt. Adams)

Crofton Ridge Trail #73 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Divide Camp Trail #112 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Dog Mountain (Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area)

Gillete Lake (Pacific Crest Trail from Bonneville Dam Trailhead)

Grand Meadows (Gifford Pinchot National Forest: Mt. Adams)

Grassy Knoll (Gifford Pinchot National Forest: Columbia River Gorge)

Hamilton Mountain (Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area)

High Camp (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Horseshoe Meadows & Slopes below the White Salmon Glacier (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Killen Creek Trail #113 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Muddy Meadows (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Muddy Meadows Trail #13 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Pacific Crest Trail from Road #23 to Horseshoe Meadows (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Pacific Crest Trail from the Riley Creek Trail #64 to Crystal Lake (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Riley Creek Trail #64 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Silver Star Mt.

Slopes at the base of the Adams Glacier (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Stagman Ridge Trail #12 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Swampy Meadows (Gifford Pinchot National Forest: Mt. Adams)

Trail #9 from the PCT to Trail #183 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Trail #9 from Trail #183 to the NF/Yakama Nation Boundary

Spokane County

Painted Rocks Trail (Along Little Spokane River, Little Spokane River Natural Area)

Valley Trail (Little Spokane River Natural Area accessed to NW of Painted Rocks trailhead)

Whitman County

Steptoe Butte State Park

Yakima County

Bird Creek Meadows (Tract D, Yakama Nation)

Devils Garden (Mt. Adams Wilderness & Yakama Nation)

Hellroaring Meadows (Tract D, Yakama Nation)

Highline Trail #114 from Trail #13 to Below the Devil's Garden (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Island Camp Recreation Area & Wind Caves Trail (Washington State Department of Natural Resources)

Island Springs Trail (Tract D, Yakama Nation)

K1000 Haul Road (Washington State Department of Natural Resources and private?)

Muddy Meadows Trail #13 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Public Lands North of Glenwood, WA to the Yakama Nation Boundary

River Route Road/Trout Creek Road (along Klickitat River)

Rock Quarry at the end of Road K6900 (DNR and southern edge of Yakama Nation lands)

Shorthorn Trail #16 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

South Climb Trail #183 (Mt. Adams Wilderness)

Additional Resources for Pacific Northwest Plant Lists:

Washington Native Plant Society: Plant Lists

Columbia Coast Plants

Paul Slichter E-mail