Grossulariaceae. Ribes ciliatum on the edge of an open Pinus hartwegii forest.
Lamiaceae Salvia elegans Vahl. A very common species found in fir and pine forests.
Lamiaceae Salvia polystachya Ort. Common to be found in open pine forests.
A very peculiar insectivorous plant: Lentibulariaceae Pinguicola moranensis Kunth. Widely distributed in the more humid parts of the mountains surrounding the Valley of Mexico.
Another perspective of this peculiar insectivorous plant. Lentibulariaceae. Pinguicola moranensis Kunth.
Onagraceae. Fushia microphylla Kunth, mostly found in fir forests but also with broadleaved vegetation like oak and mountaine cloud forests.
Poaceae. Festuca amplissima Rupr. This grass is characteristic of P. hartwegii forests.
Poaceae Muhlenbergia nigra Hitchc. This grass prefers the open slopes of pine forests and alpine grasslands.
Poaceae. Poa pratensis L. A a generalist species, this grass is found in pine, fir and oak forests.
Poaceae. Stipa ichu (Ruiz & Pavón) Kunth. Found in disturbed places of pine and broadleaved forests.
Poaceae. Trisetum virletii Fourn. Characteristic of conifer forests.
Poaceae. Vulpia myurus (L) Gmel. Commonly found in disturbed places with shrubs and along roads.
Polemoniaceae. Loeselia mexicana (Lam) Brand. The common names of this plant is espinosilla and chuparrosa. It is widely distributed in open and disturbed areas as well as in Juniperus and oak forests.
Polygalaceae. Monnina ciliolata DC. This is a small shrub common in disturbed areas of fir, pine and oak forests.
Pyrolaceae. Monotropa uniflora L. Commonly called indian pipe this peculiar plant is found in fir forests.
Rhamnaceae. Ceanothus coeruleus Lag. Commonly known as chaquira (little bead).
Rosaceae. Alchemilla procumbens Rose. The early morning frost gives a very peculiar appearance to this plant.
Rosaceae. Potentilla candicans H.&. B. Common in open areas of conifer forests
Located in fir forests this Rosaceae: Rubus pumilus Focke
Scrophulariaceae. Laumourouxia xalapensis Kunth. This shrub is found in humid areas in the fir and mountaine cloud forests.
Scrophulariaceae. Penstemon gentianoides (Kunth) Poiret. This species inhabits the highest parts of the mountains within the 3000 to 4200 masl range.
Solanaceae. Cestrum thyrsoideum Kunth. This flower is common in conifer and broadleafed forests at the low parts of the mountains. It's common name is hierba del zopilote.