20-40 , 41-60 ,
Elbow Fork Trail (06/15/2006) The Elbow Fork Trail goes through a field of Mule-Ears (Wyethia spp.).
Mule s Ears (05/22/2006) Wyethia spp. in the Sunflower Family (Asteraceae).
Mule Ears (06/15/2006) A field of Mule Ears (Wyethia spp.) on the Elbow Fork-Lambs Canyon trail near the pass.
Blanket Flower (07/01/2006) Blanket Flowers in various stage of its lifecycle.
Coreopsis (07/01/2006) This picture combines images of the Coreopsis with seed pods.
Cosmos (07/01/2006) Flower of the Cosmos (The Mexican Aster). This is the Asteracea family.
Cosmos (07/01/2006) The Cosmos plant is in the Asteraceae family.
Blanket Flowers (09/18/2002) The camera did a good job focussing on the ground behind the flower.
Blanket Flower Going to Seed (07/01/2006) The Blanket Flower going to seed.
Fleabane (06/06/2006) Flowers at the Provo River overlook.
TBD - Erigeron??? (06/06/2006)
Stages of the Blanket Flower (07/09/2006) This picture shows various stages of the Indian Blanket Flower (Gaillardia spp.) from flower to seed.
Golden Eye (07/09/2006) Golden Eye going to seed. Note, we got the seeds from the Wasatch.
Western Coneflower (07/09/2006) A Western Coneflower. The cone is a collection of flowers.
Helianthella (07/09/2006) A Helianthella spp. (Little Sunflower) in the Little Water area.
Little Sunflower (07/09/2006) A Helianthella spp. (Little Sunflower) in the Little Water area.
Cone Flower (07/09/2006) A Coneflower growing in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
ConeFlower (07/09/2006) Western Coneflower growing in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Western Coneflower (07/09/2006) Coneflower growing along the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.
This gallery includes images of members of the Asteraceae family of flowering plants. The family is also known as Compositae. This family includes an estimated 1100 genera and 20,000 species of plants (Wikipedia).
(123 pictures) Pictures of wildflowers.
(136 pictures) Pictures of garden flowers.
Arrowleaf Balsam Root
(9 pictures) More pictures of the Arrowleaf Balsamroot (Balsamorhiza sagittata)
(25 pictures) A thistle is a plant with sharp spines or prickles. Most thistles are members of the Asteraceae family.
(8 pictures) The Bellflower Family is closely related to the Aster family.
- - Internet Rivers
- - photo shops
- - community color