Wildflowers III

Daggerpod (Phoenicaulis cheiranthoides) occurs in the high plains and sagebrush country of eastern Washington and Oregon, adjacent Idaho, Nevada and Northeastern California. The pink flowers bloom in the early spring atop leafless, reddish stems that spread outward to form a ring around the basal leaves. Early-flying butterflies love these daggerpods growing in our pastures (Lookout CA),

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