Beargrass near Logan Creek

Beargrass near Logan Creek

Beargrass, one of the informal symbols of Glacier National Park, is actually a beautiful member of the Lily family. It blooms on an unpredictable cycle of 3-7 years, intermittently filling the park with puffy blossoms on two-foot stalks. Photo: David Restivo, NPS.

Posted by GlacierNPS on 2010-03-18 16:50:35

Tagged: , Glacier National Park , beargrass , Xerophyllum tenax , Logan Creek , plants , spring , streams , waterfalls

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