One of the main reasons I like Bloedel Reserve is that there are several areas where you find native plants in their natural setting. Though not as spectacular as most imported species, they have their own charm.
Bluebells (I think) line the meadows.
Hundreds of buttercups hang out in the shade on the edge of the forest,
while bleeding hearts are found throughout the native forest.
Not sure what this plant is, but it manages to grow deeper in the woods than any other “flower.”