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Some 1,350 species of flowering plants (roughly 1,150 of them native) have been identified in Yellowstone. About four-fifths of the park's area is forested, and the vast majority of the tree growth consists of lodgepole pines. Hundreds of wildflowers. Trees: nine conifers (lodgepole pine, whitebark pine, Engelmann spruce, white spruce, subalpine fir, Douglas-fir, Rocky Mountain juniper, common juniper, limber pine) and some deciduous species, including quaking aspen and cottonwood.