Genus = Dryas,
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|Dryas drummondii (Drummond's mountain-avens, yellow mountain-avens)
(= Dryas drummondii in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Prostrate shrub with freely rooting woody branches, often forming large patches, the leafless flowering stems erect, white-woolly, up to 20 cm. tall.
Distribution: Alaska south to the northern Cascades and Selkirk Mountains of Washington, the Wallowa Mountains of Oregon, and the Rocky Mountains of Idaho and Montana
Habitat: High mountains, often above timberline, but down to lower elevations along streams
|Dryas octopetala (eightpetal mountain-avens, white dryas)
(= Dryas octopetala in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Prostrate shrub with freely rooting woody branches, often forming large patches, the leafless flowering stems erect, 3-15 cm. tall, covered with stalked glands.
Distribution: Alaska, British Columbia to Labrador; Cascades of Washington south to Yakima County; northeast Oregon; in the Rockies, Montana to Colorado
Habitat: Open, rocky areas, mid- to high elevations in the mountains
WA Native Plant Society