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Columbine (07/09/2006) A columbine (Aquilegia spp.) growing along the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.
Columbine Closeup (07/09/2006) A Columbine (Aquilegia spp.) in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Meadow Rue (07/09/2006)
Monk s Hood (07/09/2006) Buds of the Monk's Hood (Aconitum spp.). I guess I will have to come back next week to see it in bloom.
Larkspur (07/29/2006) Spikes of larkspur (Delphinium) standing above the meadow of Albion Basin.
Western Larkspur (07/29/2006) A Larkspur (Delphinium occidentalis) in Albion Basin.
Western Monkshood (07/29/2006) Monkshood (Aconitum spp.) in the Albion Basin.
Western Monkshood (07/29/2006) A closeup of the Western Monkshood in the Albion Basin.
Western Monkshood (07/29/2006) The right middle flower of this Monkshood (Aconitum spp.) from the Albion Basin shows the hood quite clearly.
Columbine (07/29/2006) A columbine from the Albion Basin.
Devil in a Basket (06/08/2006) The fruit of the Love-in-a-mist flower is sometimes called Devil in a Basket. The dried fruit of this flower is often used in floral arrangements.
Love In a Mist Fruit (06/08/2006) The Love in a Mist fruit is often used in floral arrangements.
Larkspur (05/15/2007) Larkspur growing along the Mill B Trail.
Clematis (05/15/2007) The Clematis is getting ready to bloom along the Mill B Trail.
Alpine Buttercup (05/15/2007) An alpine Buttercup graces the Lake Blanche area of the Wasatch.
Buttercups (04/27/2006) I believe this is the subalpine buttercup. It is in the Ranunculaceae family. They bloom shortly after the snow melt.
Buttercups (05/20/2007) Butter Cups in bloom near Daniel Summit on US40.
Buttercup (05/20/2007) Buttercup in bloom on Daniel Summit.
Yellow Columbine (06/06/2009) Yellow columbine in our rock garden.
Larkspur (06/15/2006) Larkspur (Delphinium spp.) is a common native species in the Wasatch. The plant is toxic to livestock, and loathed by ranchers. I think it is pretty. Larkspur is a member of the Ranunculaceae family.
This page shows images of the Ranunculaceae Family (Buttercup Family). This family consists of ~60 and ~2000 species. Common flowers in this family include anemones, buttercups, aconite, and clematis.
(123 pictures) Members of the buttercup family can be found growing wild throughout the world.
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