Wildflowers

Western Wallflower, Sandia Mountain, Cibola National Forest, New Mexico
Western Wallflowers, Sandia Mountain, July 2017

 

The flowers on this page are organized by colors, but please don't use that as a hard and fast rule. The Western Wallflowers shown at the top of the page are a good example of why you shouldn't. At higher elevations they tend to be orange-red, like the example shown above, but at lower elevations they can tend to be canary yellow. 

 

Also, I'm fairly new to this wildflower game, so it's good to check my IDs against other sources. If you see a questionable ID, please let me know via the "Contact" tab at the top of the page.

 

With those warnings...


 

 

Red to pink flowers (click on photo or link)

 

 

Yellow to orange flowers (click on photo or link)

 

 

Blue to purple flowers (click on photo or link)

 

 

White flowers (click on photo or link)