The Desert Globemallow has many stems and clusters of vibrant orange-red flowers, which bloom generally from March to June among desert fields, rocky slopes, or pinon-juniper areas. Globemallow plants are very drought tolerant and the seeds are edible. They are native to parts of the southwest U.S. and Mexico. I found these in the high… Read More HIGH DESERT GLOBEMALLOW
Here is a Lesser Goldfinch hanging out in my garden sunflowers.
A Desert Barberry is a southwest native evergreen shrub. They have tiny flowers that bloom from April to July. They bear blue/black berries. They can be found in open high desert areas, including Pinyon-Juniper forest areas. Here is one in bloom in the high desert in northern Arizona.
Here is a Western Fence Lizard climbing up a wall.