June 23, 2011

June Flowers

At 7500 feet on Pole Mountain, blooms are everywhere in June. 
Wild Blue Flax
Globemallow
lupine
Sego Lily (Utah state flower - Native Americans and Mormon pioneers roasted and ate the bulbs of this plant.)
Penstemon
Fleabane and Phlox
? Mustard family?

14 comments:

  1. I'm seeing some of these wildflowers when my head clears enough to get out there. Didn't used to suffer from allergies.

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  2. They are all so beautiful and I am really impressed that you know the names of them all. Or was mustard a guess??? ;)

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  3. All are great but I like that sego lily the best.

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  4. Love those wildflowers! Especially the penstemon and flax, what beautiful blues.

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  5. They are very beautiful. I see for the first time this delicate Sego lily, probably specific to the place.

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  7. Oh wow. These mountain wildflowers are spectacularly vibrant. I love them all. If you didn't post these mountain views I'd be forced to buy a horse and head west. :)

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  9. Hmm. Looks like somebody got dumped. Wonder why he picked you to dump on.

    I don't know what's blooming in our mountains but will get another chance at the desert next week. Hope there are more flowers out than when we were there before--and hope we do get to the mountains eventually. You are tempting me...

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  10. What gorgeous flowers! A sure sign of summer.

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  11. Wonderful to see so many different flowers!

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  12. Mustard family yes--I think maybe Prairie Rocket? (so much kinder than "Wallflower"--calling it that just makes you want to ask it for a dance).

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  13. Oh, I LOVE all the wildflowers you see when you ride.

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  14. lovely, especially the sego lily.

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