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September Flowers Page 5


MALVACEAE

(Mallow Family)
Sphaeralcea parvifolia

SMALL-LEAF GLOBEMALLOW

 


NYCTAGINACEAE
(Four O'Clock Family)
Abronia fragrans

SAND-VERBENA

 
Abronia fragrans
    


NYCTAGINACEAE
(Four O'Clock Family)
Allionia incarnata

TRAILING WINDMILLS

 


NYCTAGINACEAE

(Four O'Clock Family)
Mirabilis linearis

NARROWLEAF UMBRELLAWORT

 


ONAGRACEAE

(Evening-primrose Family)
Oenothera caespitosa

DWARF EVENING-PRIMROSE

 
Oenothera caespitosa
    


ONAGRACEAE
(Evening-primrose Family)
Oenothera longissima

BRIDGES EVENING-PRIMROSE

 


ONAGRACEAE
(Evening-primrose Family)
Oenothera pallida

PALE EVENING-PRIMROSE

 


POLEMONIACEAE

(Phlox Family)
Ipomopsis aggregata

SCARLET GILIA

 
Ipomopsis aggregata
    


POLYGONACEAE

(Buckwheat Family)
Eriogonum corymbosum

CORYMBED BUCKWHEAT

 

Did You Know?

Pinyon Pine

Pinyon trees do not produce pine nuts every year. These delicious nuts can only be harvested every three to seven years. This irregular schedule prevents animals from adapting to an abundance of pine nuts and guarantees that at least some nuts will become new trees instead of a quick meal.