Wildflowers - Western Wallflower
The Western Wallflower is in the Mustard Family. The scientific name for this family is Cruciferae which comes from the word "cross", referring to the arrangement of the flower petals. The Lakota dried and chewed or made the flowers into a tea to treat stomach and bowel cramps.
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Littleleaf pussytoes can vary in color by elevation. Generally at higher elevations the plant has deeply pink bracts. At lower elevations they are more commonly white. More...