Indian Paintbrush4_kindlephoto-5008081

This family is found all the Western United States and it is known as Indian Paintbrush. The most common color is red. The yellow form is not often seen This plant was growing in a sagebrush environment uin central Idaho about 6,000 feet.

July 20, 2006 001    I called is rabbit bush and in the fall provide it received water some time it blooms yellow. The butterfliesike the bloom.

white daisy

Not sure of this flower. It looks like a zinna.

DSC00432 Star Magnolia one of the first flowers to bloom in spring. Related to the willows.

Anemone huphensis 'Alba'

Anemone species and honey bee.

French Lake -Pectograph Apri; 6, 08 018

This is what we call ‘belly flower’ meaning you ned toay on your to ID them. The soil is clay and almost cement. I never found a name for them.


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  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful flower photos. 😀

  2. The second shot is particularly lovely!
    Thank you for taking part in the Floral Friday Fotos meme.

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