Wildflower Walk: June 2013

Camping recently with family and friends affored me the opportunity to explore some early summer wildflowers near Grimes Creek in the Boise National Forest. Despite the noise and dust presented by regular ATV and dirt bike traffic, I had a very enjoyable weekend in the woods. What follows are some of the wildflowers I saw while exploring the area.

erigeron pumilus

Erigeron pumilus, shaggy fleabane

geranium viscosissimum

Geranium viscosissimum, sticky purple geranium

ipomopsis aggregata

Ipomopsis aggregata, scarlet gilia

penstemon deustus

Penstemon deustus, hotrock or scabland penstemon

penstemon payettensis

Penstemon payettensis, Payette penstemon

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