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Flowers bloom in mountains

by webdev

July 29, 2011

The majority of the country has watched flowers bloom a couple months earlier, but there are still some places that are just seeing the first flowers of the season. According to Enumclaw Patch, flowers just started to bloom in the Crystal Lakes of Mount Rainier National Park in Washington.

The popular hiking trail now has beautiful flower-covered meadows around the upper lakes including mid-July trilliums and yellow violets, according to the news source.

Now, even though people will not be able to see the vibrant tropical flowers up there, they will still be able to see some other beautiful blooms, including the Canadian dogwood, which is also known as the bunchberry, the media outlet reports.

According to the Seattle Times, there are a couple more trails around the area that people can hike with flowers beautiful bloomed around them. Even though there was some late spring snow to make the mountains stay snowy, some trails are now filled with blooms. There is the Teanaway River, which has glacier lilies, the Rocky Mountains with Indian paintbrush, Sauk Mountain with a vast array of wildflowers and Ira Spring Trail with lupine, beargrass, lupine and fireweed.

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