Wildflowers

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TBD - FlowerTBD - Flower (06/20/2006) Wildflower growing near S213 along the Weber River.

Jacob s LadderJacob s Ladder (06/20/2006) Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium spp.) growing along S213 in the Uinta Mountains near the Weber River.

Stinging NettleStinging Nettle (06/20/2006) Stinging Nettle in the Rocks at Smith and Morehouse Lake in the Uinta Mountains.

Tiny FlowersTiny Flowers (06/03/2006) Tiny flowers found in the Uinta Mountains near the Provo River in the Uinta Mountains. My thoughts are a flax.

Flower PhotographerFlower Photographer (06/20/2006) A flower photographer at work.

ClematisClematis (06/15/2006) These shy clematis flowers from the Elbow Fork Trail grow with the flower facing down.

Clematis VineClematis Vine (06/15/2006) A vine covered with wild Clematis.

Blue StickseedBlue Stickseed (06/15/2006) These Hackelia (Forget-Me-Not) were near the pass to Lambs Canyon.

PenstemonPenstemon (07/09/2006) A Penstemon found at the Big Water Trailhead (possibly a Whipples Penstemon).

PenstemonPenstemon (05/22/2006) A bundle with blue Penstemon and yellow Mule's Ears.

Monkey FlowerMonkey Flower (07/09/2006) This is a tiny Monkey Flower. The Monkey Flower (Mimulus spp.) used to included in the Scrophulariaceae family. They now put in the Phrymaceae family.

MintMint (07/09/2006) A wild mint.

Little Water TrailLittle Water Trail (07/09/2006) Indian Paintbrush from the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.

PenstemonPenstemon (07/09/2006) Penstemon on the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.

Bog OrchidBog Orchid (07/09/2006) A bog orchid from the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.

Wild CloverWild Clover (07/09/2006) A collection of wild clover growing in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.

Western ConflowerWestern Conflower (07/09/2006) A Western Coneflower in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon. Each of the bumps on the cone is actually a flower.

MiterwortMiterwort (07/09/2006) A Miterwort growing toward the top of the Mill Creek Road.

GrindeliaGrindelia (07/13/2006) Curlycup Gumweed on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail near Red Butte Garden.

MilkweedMilkweed (07/21/2006) Milkweed (Asclepias spp.) growing along the Grandeur Peak Trail.

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Wildflowers

When visiting the Mountain West, one should take the time to view the beautiful wildflowers lining trails and mountainsides. This gallery includes images of Wildflowers.

Although I am not a professional botanist, I will try include family and genus with the pictures. When I feel daring, I will include the species. Feel free to correct my mistakes. See Flowers by Family for my best guesses at classifying the plants.

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