[Ladies' Tresses: The Genus Spiranthes in Mt. Adams Country]

Hooded Ladies' Tresses

Spiranthes romanzoffiana

Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana

Close-up of the inflorescence of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

The photo above shows a close-up of the inflorescence of hooded ladies' tresses as seen at Muddy Meadows on the north side of Mt. Adams on July 25, 2005.

Close-up frontal view of a flower of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

The photo above shows a close-up view of the flower of hooded ladies' tresses as seen in wetlands near Lakeside Road at the public fishing area of Conboy Lake NWR.........July 16, 2008. Note that the lower lip is narrower near its base and that it widens out near its middle before tapering gradually to a tip.

The spiralled inflorescence of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana - The spiralled inflorescence of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

Close-up frontal view of a flower of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana - Close-up sideview of a flower of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana - Close-up image of a flower of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

The photos above show various close-up views of the inflorescence and flowers of hooded ladies' tresses as seen at the edge of a stand of aspen along Kreps Lane in Conboy Lake NWR.....................July 31, 2008. Click each photo to see an enlarged version.

Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana (Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana) - Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana (Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana) - Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana (Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana)

Hooded ladie's tresses blooming with rosy owl clovers (Orthocarpus bracteosa) near the headquarters of Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge........June 30, 2016.

Close-up view of the flowers of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana - Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana (Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana)

The photo at shows another close-up of the inflorescence of hooded ladies' tresses as seen at Muddy Meadows on the north side of Mt. Adams on July 25, 2005. Note that the lower lip widens before tapering gradually to its tip, and that the margins of th elower lip may be rolled inwards. The photo at right shows a close-up of several young hooded ladies' tresses as seen at Muddy Meadows, Mt. Adams Wilderness.....July 13, 2018.

Basal leaves of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

The photo above shows a close-up of the grass-like leaves of hooded ladies' tresses as seen at Muddy Meadows on the north side of Mt. Adams on July 25, 2005.

Close-up sideview of a flower of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

The photo above shows a close-up of the flower of hooded ladies' tresses as seen at Muddy Meadows..........August 7, 2005. Note how the lip begins narrow and then expands outward with the margin somewhat in-rolled towards the tip.

Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

Photographed in meadows high in Bird Creek Meadows on August 7, 2004.

Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana - Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana (Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana)

The photo at left shows hooded ladies' tresses as seen in wetlands near Lakeside Road at the public fishing area of Conboy Lake NWR..........July 16, 2008. The photo at right shows hooded ladies' tresses along a subalpine stream along the Trail of Flowers loop at Bird Creek Meadows........August 30, 2018..

Close-up of the inflorescence of Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana

The photo above shows a close-up view of a portion of the inflorescence of hooded ladies' tresses as seen in wetlands near Lakeside Road at the public fishing area of Conboy Lake NWR.........July 16, 2008. Note agin that the lower lip of the flower is narrower near its base and that it widens out near its middle before tapering gradually to a tip.

Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana - Hooded Ladies' Tresses: Spiranthes romanzoffiana (Synonym: Spiranthes romanzoffiana var. romanzoffiana)

Hooded ladies tresses in bloom at left in Babyshoe Pass Meadows along Forest Service Road 23 on the northwestern slopes of Mt. Adams.........August 27, 2012. The photo at right shows hooded ladies tresses blooming in wet meadows along the climbers trail near 7000' at the head of Hellroaring Valley, Mt. Adams, Yakama Nation lands.........September 2, 2017.

Paul Slichter