I got some nature therapy while walking in a high desert area in northern Arizona. Enjoy these spring blooms. Clockwise from the top: Tidytips, Long-Leaved Phlox, Purple Locoweed, and Desert Globe Mallow.
“Wild flowers grow where they will.”–R.L.Mellon
It was sunny and dry in late spring, as we drove to an open area with scattered pinon pines and Utah junipers, at about six thousand feet in elevation. The ditches of the dirt road, the middle between the tire tracks, and the fields on both sides were full of tiny bright orange wildflowers. It… Read More DESERT GLOBEMALLOWS