Wild Flowers of the Desert

California Golden Poppy
[Golden Poppy]
California poppy
[Yellow Poppy — Lancaster, CA]
Wild Daisy -- Utah

[Wild Daisy — Utah]
Desert Prickly Poppy -- Bristlecone Pine
[Desert Prickly Poppy — Bristlecone Pine]
Crimson Sheep Pod --Bristlecove Pine
[Crimson Sheep Pod]
Bristlecone Pine
[Bristlecone Pine]
Desert Apricot -- Lake Isabella
[Desert Apricot]
California Milk Weed -- Lake Isabella
[California Milk Weed — Lake Isabella]
Baby Blue-eyes -- Lake Isabella
[Baby Blue-eyes — Lake Isabella]
Palm Springs, CA
[Palm Springs, CA]
Palm Springs desert flower
[Palm Springs desert flower]
found in Palm Springs desert
[found in Palm Springs, CA]
Found at the Trona Pinnacles
[Found at the Trona Pinnacles]
African Violet -- Ridgecrest
[African Violet — Ridgecrest]
[Found in Johannesburg, CA]
Paper-Bac Bush Bladder Sage -- Garlock
[Paper-Bac Bush Bladder Sage — Garlock]
Desert Willow -- Ridgecrest
[Desert Willow — Ridgecrest]
Owl's Clover -- Visalia
[Owl’s Clover — Visalia]
Western Desert Penstermon
[Western Desert Penstemon]
Blue Jay -- Whitney Portals
[Blue Jay]
Beavertail Cactus -- Whitney Portals
[Beavertail Cactus — Whitney Portals]
Beavertail Cactus -- Whitney Portals
[Beavertail Cactus — Whitney Portals]
Beaver Tail Cactus -- Whitney Portals
[Beaver Tail Cactus — Whitney Portals]
Coulter's Thistle -- Short Canyon
[Coulter Thistle — Short Canyon]
California Poppy -- Kernville
[California Poppy — Kernville]
Mohave Sand Verbena -- Owens Lake
[Mohave Sand Verbena — Owens Lake]
Mariposa Tulip -- Owens Lake
[Mariposa Tulip — Owens Lake]
Leopard Lily -- Mammoth Lakes

[Leopard Lily]
Dwarf Monkey Flower -- Mamoth Lake
[Dwarf Monkey Flower]
Snow Plant -- Kennedy Meadows
[Snow Plant — Kennedy Meadows]
Felt (wooly) Paintbrush -- Kennedy Meadows
[Felt (wooly) Paintbrush — Kennedy Meadows]
Mojave Desert Mallow -- Fossil Falls
[Majave Desert Mallow — Fossil Falls]
Winecup Clarkia -- Delano
[Winecup Clarkia — Delano]
Wind Poppy -- Delano
[Wind Poppy — Delano]
Crimson Columbine -- Convict Lake
[Crimson Columbine — Convict Lake]

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