Shrubs - Sandbar Willow
The Sandbar Willow is the most distinctive willow in the park. This is because of the narrowness of its leaves and its habit of forming thickets from sprouting from rhizomes. American Indians used it slender, pliant stems to make sweat lodges and baskets.
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Littleleaf pussytoes can vary in color by elevation. Generally at higher elevations the plant has deeply pink bracts. At lower elevations they are more commonly white. More...