WILDFLOWERS OF NEW MEXICO

 

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FLOWERS WITH RADIAL SYMMETRY + OPPOSITE  STEM LEAVES

2. FLOWERS  WITH  A  SPIKE  OR  ELONGATED  CLUSTER  OF  FLOWERS

  (click flower to see description)

1.  FLOWERS  WITH 1 FLOWER PER ARRAY  (click flower to see description)

  1. 3.FLOWERS  WITH A  ROUNDED  OR  FLAT-TOPPED  CLUSTER  OF  FLOWERS

   (click flower to see description)

Clematis bigelovii: Leatherflower

Clematis hirsutissima: Hairy Leatherflower

Clematis pircheri: Purple Leatherflower

Erodium texanum: Stork’s Bill

Geranium caespitosum: Purple Geranium

Verbena bracteata: Big-bract Verbena

Verbena neomexicana: New Mexico Vervain

Gentiana affinis: Pleated Gentian

Gentianopsis thermalis: Fringed Gentian

Glandularia bipinnatifida: Dakota Vervain

Glandularia pumila: Pink Vervain

Mirabilis albida: Velvet Umbrellawort

Mirabilis linearis: Narrow-leaf Four-O’Clock

Mirabilis multiflora: Showy Four-O’Clock

Phacelia caerulea: Blue Scorpionweed

Phemeranthus brevicaulis: Showy Flameflower

Phlox nana:

Santa Fe Phlox

Eustoma exaltatum: Bluebells

Clematis columbiana: Columbia Rock Clematis

Verbena macdougalii: Spike Verbena

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Scroll down and select type of flower array (inflorescence). Flowers may be on branch tips or from leaf axils. 

            1. A single flower

            2. Spike or elongated cluster of flowers

            3. Rounded or flat-topped cluster of flowers