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Crabapples (10/02/2007) The small red fruits of the crabapple look a bit like rose buds; So, it does make sense that the apple genus (Malus spp.) is included in the rose family.
Mountain Mahagany (10/09/2007) Mountain Mahogany (Cercocarpus spp) next to an outcrop of rock on Mount Aire.
Mountain Mahogany (10/09/2007) Mountain Mahogany casts shadows on the last sections of the Mount Aire Trail.
Mountain Mahogany (10/09/2007) This image has a glimpse of I80 between Mountain Mahogany on the Mount Aire Trail.
Mount Aire (10/09/2007) This line of Mountain Mahogany framed by a distant ridge of Mill Creek Canyon was the best picture of the lot. I am now using the high rez version as my screen saver.
Flowers of an Apricot Tree (04/30/2008) The trees were in bloom during my excursion to Ogden.
Apricot Blossoms (04/15/2009) The popcorn popping on the apricot trees appears to be getting a premature chill on this tax day.
Snowball Tree (04/15/2009) Snow accumulates on apricot blossoms on the Tax Day snow of 2009.
Snow Ball Tree (04/15/2009) Snow covers the early spring apricot blossoms.
Snowball Tree (04/15/2009) A snow storm hits while the apricot trees bloom creating a snowball tree ... such is Spring in Utah.
Red Roses (06/14/2009) These red roses guard the porch.
Red Rose (06/16/2009) This single red rose guards the front porch.
Rose in Bloom (06/16/2009) A rose blooming in our garden.
Yellow Rose (06/16/2009) A garden rose offers an interesting transition from pink to yellow.
Single Rose (06/16/2009) This is a picture of one of the roses growing outside my window.
Canterbury Bells and Rose (06/18/2009) Canterbury Bells are entwined with a rose.
Mountain Mahogany Leaves (01/02/2010) The Moutain Mahogany is an evergreen tree with short leaves that weather the winter.
Mountain Mahogany (12/21/2010) A snow laden Mountain Mahogany tree drooping over Neff Creek in a winter storm.
Mountain Mahogany in Bloom (05/25/2013) The branches of the Mountain Mahogany are covered with delightful yellow flowers in early spring.
The Rosaceae Family is large family of flowering plants that includes many common flowers and fruits including apples, cherries, strawberries, etc..
If you are looking online for roses, might I suggest shopping at Proflowers.com
(123 pictures) Pictures of wildflowers.
(3 pictures) The Family Urticaceae (Nettles) is in the Order Rosales.
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