Fan-leaf Cinquefoil, Fanfoil, Fan-foil, Fringe-leaf Cinquefoil, High Mountain Cinquefoil
Synonym: Potentilla gelida
Fanleaf cinquefoil as
seen at about 5800' in moist meadows just north of the South Fork Conrad Creek along an old pack trail that eventually travels north to the North Fork Conrad Creek and eventually to the Devils Horn, Goat Rocks Wilderness.........July22, 2016.
Fanleaf cinquefoil as seen in moist meadows near the Timberline Trail at Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort............July 6, 2013.
Fanleaf cinquefoil as seen blooming in meadows along the ski runs at
Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort............July 19, 2017.
The photo above shows a close-up of the flower of fanleaf cinquefoil
as seen in moist soils at Bird Creek Meadows.........July 16, 2006. Note
the shallow notches in the tips of each petal.
The photo above shows fanleaf cinquefoil as
seen at about 5800' in moist meadows along the Highline Trail #114 just below
(northwest of) Foggy Flats on the northern slopes of Mt. Adams.......July
Two additional views of fanleaf cinquefoil as seen in moist meadows along the climber's trail to Mazama Glacier on the southeastern slopes of Mt. Adams.........July 19, 2009.
Fanleaf cinquefoil beginning to bloom in the meadows at the trailhead for Lookout Mountain in High Prairie, Mount Hood National Forest...........June 21, 2014.