Dwarf Grouseberry, Grouseberry, Grouse Whortleberry, Whortleberry
Synonym: Oxycoccus palustris var. intermedium
Grouseberry with its nearly ripe berries as seen at left along the Round the Mt. Trail #9 on the south side of Mt. Adams.........September 5, 2008. The photo at right showsa ripe fruit of grouseberry as seen at Foggy Flat Meadows off the Highline Trail #114, Mt. Adams Wilderness.......August 27, 2020.
Grouseberry flowers as seen at left along the Round the Mt. Trail #9 to the west of Bird Creek Meadows.........July 19, 2009. The photo at right shows the ripe fruits of grouseberry as seen along the Stagmn Ridge Trail #12, Mount Adams Wilderness......August 8, 2021.
The photo at left shows a close-up of the red
berry of grouseberry as seen along the Killen Creek Trail #113 on the northern
slopes of Mt. Adams............August 7, 2005. The photo at right shows grouseberryfading out of bloom near the upper Lewis River at the base of the terminal moraine of the Adams Glacier, Mt. Adams Wilderness......July 18, 2018.
A mass of pink bell flowers between the dense
upright stems help identify grousebery when in bloom. Photographed in the picnic
grounds at Bird Creek Meadows..........July 16, 2006.
Grouseberry with ripe berries from along the Round the Mountain Trail #9 in western Bird Creek Meadows between Crooked and Gotchen Creeks, Mt. Adams...........August
An additional photo of the berries of grouseberry as seen along the Round the Mt. Trail #9 on the south side of Mt. Adams..........September 5, 2008.