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What do the flowers look like and what colour are they?
The strong suckering habit and fall colour suggest chokecherry, Prunus virginiana, which is extremely commonly-planted here in Calgary. What...
I realize this posting is very old but I just came upon it... the photo does show Bolax gummifera (not Colobanthus subulatus). Bolax gummifera...
Yes, Japanese tree lilac, Syringa reticulata.
Moss is equally good for all habitats, needless to say. There's a key provided for every family/group of species, as one would expect in a...
Antennaria sp., at least for the second one.
You may want to pick up E.H. Moss' Flora of Alberta.
Even more... I was going from USDA Plants.
Could be... There appears to be 15 species of Rumex in BC, many with similar flowers/seed pods. A small number could be discounted.
Agree with Alchemilla alpina - silver edges along leaves.
"Granny's Bonnet" is the common name often used to refer to double- or hose-in-hose flowered columbines... for all the frills, looking like an...
Dock, Rumex sp.. Probably need to see the leaves and overall plant to go further.
Gas plant, Dictamnus albus.
NB. It's not an "ash", it's a "mountain ash". The former common name refers to Fraxinus spp. but the latter is what you have, a Sorbus spp..
If the flowers look like, and are the same colour as, Knifphofia uvaria, then maybe some sort of Aloe? I have no idea how the reference to sea...
Your statement makes sense if by "wild plants", you mean native plants, and if your definition of "weed" is an introduced plant species.
It's Doronicum pardalianches, as said (different structure than D. orientale).
#5 is Linaria purpurea.