A very common aquatic wildflower found all across Western North America, the yellow pond-lily is a type of spatterdock often confused with water lilies. This one was photographed in the sub-alpine elevations of Oregon's Mount Hood. An interesting side note is that the seeds are edible, and will pop just like popcorn!
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Angiosperms, Clackamas County, Mount Hood, Mt. Hood National Forest, N. polysepala, Nuphar, Nuphar lutea ssp. polysepala, Nuphar lutea subsp. polysepala, Nuphar polysepala, Nuphar polysepala subsp. polysepala, Nuphar polysepala var polysepala, Nymphaeaceae, Nymphaeales, Oregon, PNW, Pacific Northwest, Plantae, Rocky Mountain pond-lily, Trillium Lake, aquatic, cow-lily, dicot, forb, herb, lily pad, lilypad, perennial, pond-lily, summer, water, waterlily, yellow, yellow pond-lily
- Contained in galleries
- Yellow Wildflowers, Nymphaeaceae (Waterlilies)