Wildflowers

I used to think the desert was ugly, but it is actually a very beautiful place.  There’s much to see and wonder at any time of the year, but when the wildflowers bloom … WOW!  Enough said. Enjoy.

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Desert Chicory
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Name, please, but I think it’s of the morning glory family

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This beautiful little thing is called a seaside petunia (seaside???)/midget petunia and isn’t much bigger than a pencil eraser. It grows right at ground level.
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Beavertail cactus getting ready to put on her show
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Another Phacelia
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Sun Cups/ Yellow Cups

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My Little Wildflower, Charlie

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Brown-eyed Evening Primrose

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Author: 2DogsTravel

Hello, and welcome to my blog. I am a mother to two handsome, wonderful sons, Scott and Jeremy, three fur babies: Burger my elderly wire hair fox terrier, and Fries and Charlie the Chiweenie Brothers. I am also proud grandma to four beautiful, sweet, lovely grandchildren: Emma, Fletcher, Zachary, and Patton. I am a sister, aunt, and friend. I am a traveler. I am so glad you have decided to join me on this adventure.

3 thoughts on “Wildflowers”

  1. After living in the “high mountain desert” for over 35 years I definitely see things differently. I too used to dislike the desert too but there truly is beauty everywhere. It is just so different that you have to look harder to see it. LOVE your pictures!!

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  2. Thank you for the beautiful pictures. When working in the high desert area of Susanville, I found it to be especially beautiful in it’s own way during the spring . I think that with a positive attitude we can see beauty in most things, even most ugly. Charles Barkley is looking rather intently in that one picture. It is to be a lovely week of warm temps but maybe a sprinkle or two. Makes me want to get out and work in the yard…
    Have a great day.

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