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Death Valley National Park: Wildflowers

A few commonly seen blue and purple blossomed spring wildflowers:

  • Arizona Lupine Lupinus arizonicus
  • Blue dicks Dichelostemma capitatum
  • Broomrape Orobanche sp.
  • Caltha-leaf phacelia Phacelia calthifolia
  • ChiaSalvia columbariae
  • Death Valley phacelia Phacelia vallis-mortae
  • Death Valley sage Salvia funera
  • Desert larkspur Delphinium parishii
  • Fremont phacelia Phacelia fremontii
  • Indigo bush Psorothamnus arborescens var. minutifolius
  • Layne locoweed Astragulus layneae
  • Mojave desert-rue Thamnosma montana
  • Notch-leaf phacelia Phacelia crenulata
  • Purple sage Salvia dorrii
  • Smooth-stemmed fagonia Fagonia chilensis laevis
  • Specter phacelia Phacelia pedicellata

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