It been some since we took these pictures. I hope I have remembered correctly.

Eriognium species known as Creamy buckwheat. The xcan be mash for meal.

Argemone species - April 15, 19890001

Desert Poppy

Joshua Tree in environment

Yucca species

Many call it Mountain blue bells I have forgotten the species name. Another common name drwaf Waterleaf. The last picture is the only North America Peony. I have seen it growing in the Idaho Sagebrush lands and in Eastern San Diego County in extremely dried lands. I wouldn’t bbe surprise if it is no longer consider a Peony.



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4 Responses to FRIDAY FLORA

  1. I love the first photo.

  2. Cee Neuner says:

    I’ve always like Yucca blooms. 😀

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