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SALICACEAE
(Willow Family)
Populus fremontii

FREMONT'S COTTONWOOD

 


SANTALACEAE
(Sandalwood Family)
Comandra umbellata

BASTARD TOADFLAX

 
Comandra umbellata
    


SAXIFRAGACEAE
(Saxifrage Family)
Fendlera rupicola

FENDLERBUSH

 

SCROPHULARIACEAE

(Figwort Family)
Castilleja chromosa

COMMON PAINTBRUSH

 


SCROPHULARIACEAE
(Figwort Family)
Penstemon cyanocaulis

BLUESTEM PENSTEMON

 
Penstemon cyanocaulis
    


SCROPHULARIACEAE
(Figwort Family)
Penstemon eatonii

EATON'S PENSTEMON

 


SCROPHULARIACEAE
(Figwort Family)
Penstemon utahensis

UTAH PENSTEMON

 


TAMARICACEAE
(Tamarisk Family)
Tamarix chinensis

TAMARISK

 
Tamarix chinensis
    


ULMACEAE

(Elm Family)
Ulmus pumila

SIBERIAN ELM

 

Did You Know?

Tadpole Shrimp

Naturally occurring sandstone basins called “potholes” collect rain water and wind-blown sediment, forming tiny ecosystems where a fascinating collection of plants and animals live. Tadpole shrimp, fairy shrimp and many insects can be found in potholes. More...