[Wildflowers with Five Petals in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]

The Buttercup Family in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington

Ranunculaceae

American Globeflower, Globeflower, Western Globeflower: Trollius albiflorus (Synonyms: Trollius laxus, Trollius laxus ssp. albiflorus, Trollius laxus var. albiflorus)

American globeflower: Trollius albiflorus

Members of the Buttercup Family Found in the Cascade Mountain Range:

Aconites and Monkshoods: The Genus Aconitum -

Baneberry, Red Baneberry, Western Red Baneberry: Actaea rubra (Synonyms: Actaea arguta, Actaea eburnea, Actaea neglecta, Actaea rubra ssp. arguta, Actaea rubra var. arguta, Actaea rubra var. dissecta, Actaea spicata, Actaea spicata var. rubra, Actaea viridiflora) -

Anemones, Pasqueflowers and Windflowers: The Genus Anemone -

Columbine: The Genus Aquilegia -

Marshmarigolds: The Genus Caltha - Beautiful white flowers with five to twelve sepals, with numerous central stamens and pistils. Plants of very wet alpine places.

Bugbane: The Genus Cimicifuga -

Western Clematis, Western White Clematis, Western Virgin's Bower: Clematis ligusticifolia - Viny plant, occasionally introduced to this habitat. May climb into other plants, shrubs or trees. Sepals white, but reduced in size.

Goldthreads: The Genus Coptis -

False Rue Anemone and Isopyrum: The Genus Enemion -

Mousetails: The Genus Myosurus -

Buttercups: The Genus Ranunculus -

Meadowrue: The Genus Thalictrum -

False Bugbane, Tassle Rue, Carolina Bugbane, Wild Bugbane: Trautvetteria caroliniensis -

American Globeflower, Globeflower, Western Globeflower: Trollius albiflorus (Synonyms: Trollius laxus, Trollius laxus ssp. albiflorus, Trollius laxus var. albiflorus) -


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