Close-ups: Flowers (3)

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Prairie Smoke in morning sun

Prairie Smoke (geum triflorum), also called Old Man of the Prairie, lit by early morning June sun.

Blanket flower (brown-eyed Susan)

Blanketflower, also called Brown-eyed Susan (gaillardia aristata), lit by early morning sun after a night of rain.


Arrowleaf balsamroot

Arrow-leaved balsamroot (balsamorhiza sagittata) blankets rocky, south-facing hills and blooms from April through June.

Larkspur

Early larkspur, also called Nelson's larkspur (delphinium nuttallianum or D. nelsonii), a common spring wildflower around our home in NW Montana.


Common harebell

Common harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) after a night of rain in June.

Yellow salsify

Yellow salsify (tragopogon dubius) is an invasive weed which spreads along roadside cuts and waste areas.


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