inch flower and a bud of the Pygmyflower Rock Jasmine
Flower stems with seed
pods beginning to form, 3 August 2008
Details ©Nicky Davis
Photos taken 3 August 2008, Murdock Mountain, Uinta
Mountains, Duchesne County, Utah
40.40.881, W. 110.55.165
10,349 feet at base, and 11,207 at the top
The plant has narrow basal leaves about 1 1/2 inches
long. It has leafless flowering stems up to 7 inches tall that
carries a cluster of up to twenty-five white flowers at the top.
Each 1/8 inch flower is on a stalk that can be up to four inches
Click below to see photos of the
butterfly that uses this plant as a larva host.
Blue == Arctic Blue Butterfly== Agriades glandon rustica==Plebejus
Back to Top