Photograph  Album of plants

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Middendorff’s Oxytropis (Oxytropis Middendorffii) grows on slope meadows, but more often – on pebble flats of river valleys, forming the bluish-violet cover in the beginning-middle of July.

Capitate Lousewort (Pedicularis capitata) is quite common plant of dry tundra, tundra meadows and rocky mountain slopes.

Whorled Lousewort (Pedicularis verticillata) has grown near lemming burrow, on rich soil, and therefore reached good size and developed so many stems (photo by E.B. Pospelova).

Autumn in tundra starts in the middle of August. In the mountains, there are golden Ice Sieversia, red dwarfshrubs...
and  five-fingers...
in low bogs there is bright foliage of dwarf birch.