Wildflowers

Windflower (Anemone tuberosa, Ranunculaceae).  © William R. Radke
Silverleaf Bahia (Bahia absinthifolia, Asteraceae). © Sky Island Alliance. Photo by Thomas R. Van Devender
Purple spiderling (Boerhavia purpurascens, Nyctaginaceae).  © Sky Island Alliance. Photo by    Thomas R. Van Devender
Desert mariposa lily (Calochortus kennedyi, Liliaceae). Yellow flower. © Ana Lilia Reina
Desert mariposa lily (Calochortus kennedyi, Liliaceae). Paired orange flowers. © Stephen L. Minter
Basketflower (Centaurea rothrockii). © Stephen L. Minter
Birdbill dayflower (Commelina dianthifolia, Commelinaceae) © Stephen L. Minter
Mexican poppy (Eschscholzia californica, Papaveraceae). © William R. Radke
Mexican poppy (Eschscholzia californica, Papaveraceae).  Flower and plant. © Sue Carnahan
Chiricahua vervain (Glandularia chiricahuensis, Verbenaceae). Flower and plant. © Stephen L. Minter
Chiricahua vervain (Glandularia chiricahuensis, Verbenaceae). © Stephen L. Minter
Wiggin’s heliotrope (Heliotropium wigginsii, Boraginageae). © Sky Island Alliance. Photo by Thomas R. Van Devender
Coral bells (Heuchera sanguinea, Saxifragaceae). © James C. Rorabaugh
Arizona rose-mallow (Hibiscus biseptus, Malvaceae). © Erik F. Enderson
Rock hibiscus (Hibiscus denudatus, Malvaceae). © William R. Radke
Mexican star (Milla biflora, Liliaceae). © Jillian Cowles
Southwestern pleatleaf (Nemastylis tenuis, Iridaceae). © R. Wayne Van Devender
Bellflower beardtongue (Penstemon campanulatus, Scrophulariaceae). © Stephen L. Minter
Fendler’s Globe Mallow (Sphaeralcea fendleri, Malvaceae). © Jillian Cowles
An orchid in Arroyo Mariano las Borregas in the Sierra de los Ajos. A new species close to Habenaria filifera. Habenarias are commonly called bog orchids. © Curtis Smith
Yellow bells, hierba del piojo in Spanish (Mandevilla stans, Apocynaceae). © Sky Island Alliance. Photo by Thomas R. Van Devender
Tiger lily or peacock flower (Tigridia pavoniana, Iridaceae). Close up of flower. © Erik F. Enderson
Tiger lily or peacock flower (Tigridia pavoniana, Iridaceae). Plant and flower. © Erik F. Enderson
Peruvian zinnia (Zinnia peruviana, Asteraceae). Species thought to be ancestral to all cultivated zinnias. © James C. Rorabaugh
Southwestern cosmos (Cosmos parviflorus) ©Guillermo Molina
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