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Abundant winter rains caused a spectacular wildflower display in the spring of 2005.
Low-growing Sand Verbena are found in the southern part of Death Valley.
Rock Mimulus (Mimulus rupicola) are an endemic species only found in the Death Valley region.
Scarlet Locoweed (Astragalus coccineus) is one of the most beautiful flowers of the Mojave Desert.
Jubilee Pass 2005
Winter snow still blankets the Panamint Mountains while the slopes around Jubilee Pass are in full spring bloom.
The humble Beavertail Cactus are hard to spot, until they burst into bloom.
Eureka Dunes Evening Primrose
These night-blooming Evening Primrose are only found on the Eureka Dunes in northern Death Valley.
Park Visitors in Desert Gold
The spring bloom of 2005 attracted visitors from around the world.
To view this plant's namesake spots you must look straight down into the globe-shaped flower.
This low growing flower is found in the mid-elevations of the Mojave Desert.