Buckwheat (07/02/2008) Wild buckwheat in Neff Canyon.
Bistort (06/20/2006) Bistort (Persicaria spp.) in the Polygonaceae family.
Buckwheat Field (06/20/2006) A field of Buckwheat in the lower section of the Yellow Pine Campground.
Buckwheat (06/20/2006) Buckwheat growing in the lower section of the Yellow Pine Campground.
Buckwheat (06/20/2006) Buckwheat growing in the Yellow Pine Campground in the Uinta Mountains.
Firetail (07/01/2006) A closeup of the flower of the Firetail (Mountain Fleeceflower, aka Persicarian amplexicaule) in the Buckwheat Family.
Fleeceflower (fire tail) (07/01/2006) Fleeceflower is often used as a garden ornamental.
Buckwheat (07/21/2006) Buckwheat was out in full force along the upper stretch of the Grandeur Peak Trail.
Wyeth s Buckwheat (07/29/2006) Wyeth's Buckwheat (Eriogonum heracleoides) in the Abion Basin.
Sulfer Buckwheat (07/29/2006) This is what the devil uses to make his pancakes: Sulfur Buckwheat (Erigonum umbellatum)
Polygonacea is a group of dicots, comprising about 50 genera and 1120 species of monoecious and dioecious herbs, shrubs and small trees. The family includes buckwheat, sorrel , rhubarb, and knotgrass.
This family of flowering plants is in the Caryophyllales Order and the Magnoliopsida class.
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