Wildflowers

123 Pictures: 0-20 , 20-40 , 40-60 , 61-80 , 80-100 , 100-120 , 120-123

Blue PenstomenBlue Penstomen (06/03/2006) Blue Penstomen along the Yellow Pine Trail.

Penstomen FieldPenstomen Field (06/03/2006) A field of Penstomen.

PussytoesPussytoes (06/03/2006) Pussytoes (Antennaria spp.) along the Yellow Pine Trail.

PussytoesPussytoes (06/03/2006) Pussytoes (Antennaria spp.) along the Yellow Pine Trail.

Scarlet GiliaScarlet Gilia (06/03/2006) Scarlet Gilia (Ipomopsis aggregata spp aggregata) along the Yellow Pine Trail in the Uintas.

Blue PenstomenBlue Penstomen (06/03/2006) Blue Penstomens along the Yellow Pine Trail.

LarkspurLarkspur (06/03/2006) Larkspur (Delphinium spp.) is a common native plant found throughout the Mountain West.

Yellow FlowersYellow Flowers (06/03/2006) My guess is that this is a Senecio.

Plumed SeedsPlumed Seeds (06/03/2006) Plumed seeds of wildflower along the Yellow Pine Trail.

ArnicaArnica (06/03/2006) I believe this to be an Arnica.

Heartleaf ArnicaHeartleaf Arnica (06/03/2006) My guess is that this is a Heartleaf Arnica.

Heartleaf ArnicaHeartleaf Arnica (06/03/2006) My guess is that this is a Heartleaf Arnica. It was growing new Yellow Pine Creek in the Uintas.

Bundle of Yellow FlowersBundle of Yellow Flowers (06/03/2006)

WildflowersWildflowers (06/03/2006) Wildflowers in the Provo River Campground in the Uinta Mountains. They are probably Senecio.

Green False HelleboreGreen False Hellebore (06/03/2006) You will find bundles of Green False Hellebore near mountain streams.

WildflowersWildflowers (06/03/2006) Wildflowers near Beaver Creek.

CinquefoilCinquefoil (06/03/2006) Tiny flower near Beaver Creek.

ThimbleberryThimbleberry (06/15/2006) Thimbleberries (Rubus parviflorus) tend to grow in patches near streams. A member of the Rosaceae, the Thimbleberry is a close kin to the Raspberry.

Sticky GeraniumSticky Geranium (06/15/2006) I believe this to be a Sticky Geranium (Geranium viscosissimum). The flower enjoys the moderate sun and is often found growing besides trails and roads. It would be great in a Native Flower Garden.

TBD - FlowerTBD - Flower (06/15/2006) This tiny flower provided a challenge that I failed. The stem is about as thick as a blade of grass. It is lined with delightful wheel shaped flowers. Unfortunately, my shot does not have all of the flowers in focus.

123 Pictures: 0-20 , 20-40 , 40-60 , 61-80 , 80-100 , 100-120 , 120-123

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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