The most common plant found in the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state are the Sitka spruce and the Western hemlock. Coast Douglas-fir, Western red cedar, big leaf maple, red alder, vine maple, and black cottonwood are also found throughout this temperate rainforest.
Nelsa M Buckingham has written: 'Vascular plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington' -- subject(s): Botany
trees many trees,insects mammal
Angiosperms (or flowering plants) are terrestrial plants and largely dominate terrestrial ecosystems.
Headland (as in a peninsula)
Sporophyte is the dominant generation.
The dominant plants of the desert biomes would depend on what desert you are referring to. In the Mojave, for instance, the more dominant plants would be cacti, mesquite trees and Joshua trees. In other deserts, only sand exists. The dominant plants of the grassland biomes is grass.
Two types of grasses grow on the warm side -- the Western side of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Washington grows most of apples but not plants... I'm not sure, sorry.
Answer:Two shrubs (Hebe lavaudiana, Hebe strictissima) and one herb species (Celmisia mackaui) are unique to Banks Peninsula.
Nuisance plants are plants that are considered harmful to humans and dominate gardens and yards. Sumac, poison ivy, pampas grass, thistles, and poison oak are considered to be nuisance plants.