Sedum Flowers at Mt. St. Helens
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These beautiful plants blanketed the ground in the barren lands of the Mt. St. Helens area, along with many other unique forms of life. They were very colorful, and belong to the Sedum genus. This type of plant is a very aggressive grower, taking hold on both soil and rock. Their flowers can turn an entire trail into an amazing yellow display.