Tom's Wildflower Photo Gallery
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These photos are of wildflowers in the wild.
Last update 3/19/2009

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E


elderberry
elderberry 
elderberry, white
Atria rubra

As far as I know, these berries are poisonous.
elephant heads
Pedicularis groenlanica

Crested Butte, CO

evening primrose, Hooker's

Oenothera hooker
evening primrose, Hooker's
Oenothera hooker
evening primrose
Oenothera hooker


evening primrose  Oenothera caespitosa

F


fendler bush
fendler bush
fendler bush
fernleaf lousewort
Pedicularis bracteosa
fernleaf lousewort
Pedicularis bracteosa
giant lousewort
Pedicularis procera
figwort
Scrophularia lanceolata
fileree
heron's bill
Erodium cicutarium
fireweed
Chamerion angustifolium
fireweed
Chamerion angustifolium
flax, blue
Adenolinum lewisii
flax, blue
Adenolinum lewisii
four oclock
Alloniana incarnata
four o'clock
Marabulus mutlflora
four o'clock
Marabulus mutlflora
four o'clock
Marabulus mutlflora
four o'clock
Marabulus mutlflora

G


gaura, plains
guara, scarlet
butterflyweed
gaura, plains
guara, scarlet
butterflyweed
gaura, plains
guara, scarlet
butterflyweed
gentian, fringed
Gentianopsis thermalis
geranium, cranesbill
Geranium caespitosum
geranium, cranesbill
Geranium caespitosum
unknown
gilia no
unknown
gilia
globemallow
short variety
Sphaeralcea angustifolia
globe mallow tall variety
Sphaeralcea angustifolia?
goathead
This plant is so nasty, its Latin name
Tribulus terrestris means terror of the earth.
There is even a website dedicated to its erradication.

It grows primarily in disturbed arid soils.
It can be erradicated if you  persistantly, remove the plants and seeds, though it may take a few years. You must destroy the crown at the top of the root and all the seeds or it will just come back.


There is another plant that looks very similar to the goathead, but does not produce the spiked fruit.

I'll add a photo of it next spring.
golden eye Heliomeris
golden eye Heliomeris
golden glow
Rudbeckia laciniata ampla
goldenrod
Solidago canadensis?
mountain tail-leaf,
tail-leaf periocome
Pericome caudata
mountain tail-leaf,
tail-leaf periocome
Pericome caudata
goldenrod
Solidago
goldenrod
Solidago
golden rod
Soladago multiradia
13 ray flowerss
gromwell, fringed
Lithospermum incisum
gromwell, fringed
Lithospermum incisum
gromwell, fringed
Lithospermum incisum
gumweed
Grendelia



H


harebell
Campanula parryi

harebell
Campanula parryi
harebell
Campanula parryi
spike verbena
Verbena macdougalii


J


jacob's ladder
Polemonium foliosisuimum
jacob's ladder
Polemonium foliosisuimum
jacob's ladder
Polemonium foliosisuimum
jimson weed
Datura



K


king's crown
Clementsia rhodantha
king's crown
Clementsia rhodantha

L


larkspur
Delphinium barbeyi
white locoweed,
silky locoweed
Oxytropis sericea
white locoweed,
silky locoweed
Oxytropis sericea
white locoweed,
silky locoweed
Oxytropis sericea
white locoweed,
silky locoweed
Oxytropis sericea
locust, rocky mountain
lupine
Lupinus
lupine
Hupinus
lupine
Lupinus
lupine
Lupinus
lupine
Lupinus
lupine
Lupinus


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