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Intermediate Fiddleneck
Amsinckia menziesii var. intermedia (Amsinckia intermedia)

Coils of small, yellow-orange flowers at branch ends; leafy stems with both long, spreading, bristly… read more

Yellow Cryptantha
Cryptantha flava

A hairy plant with stems in clumps and tipped with coils of small yellow flowers; leaves at base lar… read more

Miner's Candle
Cryptantha virgata (Oreocarya virgata)

In bloom, this spiny-hairy plant appears to be a single, white, leafy flower spike, rising from a ba… read more

Hound's Tongue
Cynoglossum grande

Common in open woodlands, this plant bears loose clusters of showy purple or blue flowers above larg… read more

Cynoglossum officinale

Introduced. A weedy biennial bearing small purple flowers, followed by prickly button-shaped nutlets… read more

Common Viper's-bugloss
Echium vulgare

Bright blue flower on stiff, coarsely hairy, grey-green herbage. Habit: introduced annual, biennia… read more

Alpine Forget-me-not
Eritrichium nanum (Eritrichium aretioides)

A low, cushion-like plant with deep blue flowers just above the tufted leaves. Habit: native perenn… read more

Many-flower Stickseed
Hackelia floribunda

Small, pale blue, funnel-shaped flowers grow in a long, open, branched cluster at top of one or a fe… read more

Heliotropium angiospermum

Habit: native, annual or perennial, herb or subshrub. Height: to 3 ft (1 m) or more. Leaf: opposit… read more

Sweet-scented Heliotrope
Heliotropium convolvulaceum

A hairy, sparsely-leaved plant of variable appearance, with fragrant, white, broadly funnel-shaped f… read more

Salt Heliotrope
Heliotropium curassavicum

A fleshy, bluish-green, smooth plant with leafy stems mostly lying on ground, usually with paired co… read more

Hoary Puccoon
Lithospermum canescens

A hairy, grayish plant with terminal clusters of yellow-orange, tubular flowers; leaves and stems co… read more

Hairy Puccoon
Lithospermum caroliniense

One to numerous stout, leafy stems, simple to branched above; 1-2 ft. tall. Stems and linear leaves… read more

Fringed Puccoon
Lithospermum incisum

Hairy, erect or bushy plant with distinctive lemon-yellow flowers, minutely fringed as if gnawed by … read more

Western Gromwell
Lithospermum ruderale

Clusters of erect, unbranched, leafy stems produce, in the upper axils, clusters of 5-lobed light ye… read more

Green-flower Macromeria
Macromeria viridiflora

A hairy, leafy plant with several stout stems in a clump and pale, hairy, trumpet-shaped flowers in … read more

Mountain Bluebells
Mertensia ciliata

A plant with clumps of leafy stems and loose clusters of narrowly bell-shaped, blue flowers turning … read more

Narrowleaf Bluebells
Mertensia lanceolata

Variable species, easily confused with other bluebells. Habit: native perennial herb; with severa… read more

Tall Bluebells
Mertensia paniculata

Habit: native perennial subshrub or herb; several leafy stems; rhizomatous. Height: 8-60 in (20-150… read more

Virginia Bluebells
Mertensia virginica

This species is distinguished by its clusters of long, bell-shaped blue flowers and the complete abs… read more

Asian Forget-me-not
Myosotis asiatica

One to several stems rise 6-16 in. from long-petioled, lance-shaped, hairy basal leaves. Stem leave… read more

True Forget-me-not
Myosotis scorpioides

Non-native weed of moist places. Habit: introduced perennial herb; fleshy, finely hairy stems, erec… read more

Rusty Popcorn-flower
Plagiobothrys nothofulvus

A slender, hairy plant with small white flowers blooming in large masses in early springtime. Habit… read more

Shrubby Tiquilia
Tiquilia greggii

A small, round, gray shrub with many twigs bearing funnel-shaped, pink or reddish-lavender flowers i… read more

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