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Can you name this wildflower for me.

Posted by wm998 CA (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 12, 10 at 23:04

Can anyone tell me the name of this wildflower I found in the desert southwest near Picacho park CA, near Yuma AZ. It was on a rocky hill about 700 feet elevation. The picture was taken March 2010. The plant was only two inches tall and flowers in a cluster and only 1/4 inch.

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RE: Can you name this wildflower for me.

I see you got an answer at the Name That Plant Forum. Those folks are really good.

Sue

Here is a link that might be useful: Aliciella latifolia, also shown growing among rocks.


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RE: Can you name this wildflower for me.

Thank you Sue for you input. I was amazed how fast I was able to get an answer. I am going to make this sit my home page so that I don't forget to check in. Flowers and gardening have been part of me my whole life. My father and his brother were into nurseries and gardening.


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