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Grey-green leaves with yellow blossoms. Predominant in Great Basin/Sierra Nevada regions.
Native to Texas, the blue bonnet is a member of the pea family. Its blue flowers grow up in a spike and carpet vast plains in the southwestern States in early spring.
Leaves are often lancelike with bright yellow blossoms. Predominant in the Pacific States west of the Rockies. Tend to prefer moister regions such as streambanks.
These brightly colored flowers cling to the rocky landscape and steep canyons of some of the United States' most arid country. Their blossoms are characterized by a set of spurs projecting from the rear.
Shiny green flower head bracts with slender leaves and yellow blossoms. Predominate in the Pacific states and prefer dry open or rocky slopes.
Long leaves with irregular serrations and small yellow blossoms. Predominate in the Western States, with some species more widespread.
Bright green leaves in opposite pairs with yellow blossoms. Predominate in the regions of the Northwest and favors moist areas such as streambeds.
These dense shrubs burst forth in great spikes of yellowish green in late spring. They are found in western North America.
These delicate flowers consist of three-petaled blossoms. They thrive in the moist, wet woods of temperate North America.