Primulaceae Family 1-8 Pictures Flowers at the Capitol (2009-07-03) The gardens at the State Capitol include a number of intriguing flowers. Shooting Star (2006-06-19) A shooting star (Dodecatheon spp.) growing in a bog in the Upper Weber River area of the Uinta Mountains. Primrose (2006-06-19) We think this is a primrose. It was growing in a bog near Yellow Pine Creek. Shooting Star (2007-05-19) Dodecatheon clevelandii (Shooting Star) was in bloom on Daniel Summit on U40. Shooting Star (2007-05-19) Shooting Star in bloom at Daniel Summit. Primrose? (2007-05-24) These small flowers were growing in abundance at a rest stop on U287. Road crews mow the area, which is the reason for the damage to the leaves. Rock Jasmine (2009-04-11) These flowers survived the deer's night time grazing to usher in Easter. I believe this to be Rock Jasmine (Androsace occidentalis). Shooting Stars (2017-05-14) Shooting stars (Dodecatheon) is a wonderful alpine flower in the primrose family. This plants from our garden came from a seed catalog of native plants. 1-8 Pictures Primulaceae Family The Primulaceae Family family of flowering plants includes the Primrose, Shooting Star, Snowbell and other favorite wildflower and many garden flowers. Context: Flowers Flower Power (143 pictures) A primrose is a flower. Wildflowers (123 pictures) Pictures of wildflowers Onagraceae Family (6 pictures) This gallery shows flowers in the Evening Primrose Family.