Early Spring Wildflowers – I

Beckwith's Violet

Beckwith’s Violet

One of the earliest spring wildflowers in soggy sagebrush flats is Beckwith’s violet (Viola beckwithii). This lavender and purple violet is characterized by its divided leaves that look fern-like. These Beckwith’s violets were growing near County Road 91 north of Lookout CA (Modoc County).

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