• Double O Arch

    Arches

    National Park Utah

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BRASSICACEAE

(Mustard Family)
Sisymbrium altissimum

TUMBLING MUSTARD

 


BRASSICACEAE
(Mustard Family)
Stanleya pinnata

PRINCE'S PLUME

 
Stanleya pinnata
    


CACTACEAE

(Cactus Family)
Opuntia phaecantha

BERRY PRICKLYPEAR

 


CACTACEAE
(Cactus Family)
Opuntia polyacantha

CENTRAL PRICKLYPEAR

 


CAPPARACEAE

(Caper Family)
Cleome lutea

YELLOW BEEPLANT

 
Cleome lutea
    


CHENOPODIACEAE
(Goosefoot Family)
Atriplex canescens

FOUR-WING SALTBUSH

 


CHENOPODIACEAE

(Goosefoot Family)
Atriplex confertifolia

SHADSCALE

 


CHENOPODIACEAE

(Goosefoot Family)
Sarcobatus vermiculatus

GREASEWOOD

 
Sarcobatus vermiculatus
    


ELAEAGNACEAE

(Oleaster Family)
Elaeagnus angustifolia

RUSSIAN OLIVE

 

Did You Know?

Pine Tree Arch

There are over 2,000 cataloged arches in Arches National Park. In order to be considered an arch, an opening must measure at least three feet (in any direction).