Details - ©Nicky Davis
July 19, 2006, Ephraim Canyon,
Sanpete County, Utah
elev. 10,000 feet
1. Close-up of flowers
2. plant with seed pods forming
A native, perennial with 16 inch
stems and three to twenty-five flowers at the top. The pink
to lavendar to rose, five-petaled flowers bloom from April to July.
Leaves are basel.
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