The pasqueflower is a purple-flowering perennial herb that grows from fibrous roots. It is poisonous to humans and animals.
The oneflower cinquefoil (Potentilla uniflora) is a yellow-flowering perennial herb that grows in gravelly soils and tundra and is covered in silky hairs.
The marsh fleabane (Tephroseris palustris), also known as the mastodon flower is a yellow flowering annual or biennial that grows in wet habitats.
The lingonberry (or lowbush cranberry) is a small white or pink-flowering subshrub with berries that are very nutritious and are frequently made into a wide variety of food and drinks....
Milky draba (Draba lactea) is a small white-flowering perennial herb with four small petals. It grows mostly in near-polar regions in rocky soil.
Purple-haired groundsel (Tephroseris frigida) is a yellow-flowering plant in the sunflower family that grows in Alaska, northern Canada, and Siberia.
Beautiful Jacob's ladder, often known as pretty Jacob's ladder or showy Jacob's ladder is a blue or purple flowering plant with a yellow center that is common in western North...
Fries' pussytoes is a white flowering plant found resembling a cat's paw in high latitudes in North America, Greenland, and Siberia.
The ledge stonecrop (Rhodiola integrifolia) is a dark red flowering plant with succulent leaves found in Alaska, western US and Canada.
Astragalus umbellatus, commonly known as tundra milkvetch or hairy arctic milkvetch is a bright yellow-flowering perennial herb growing in Alaska, western Canada, and Siberia.