Wildflowers IV (Black Hills, Arizona)
This particular part of the Black Hills on Arizona's Prescott National
Forest gets almost no attention, for most people would not consider the
place glamorous enough to visit. However, the grassy, gently-rolling hills
are home to deer, antelope and in the springtime some pretty amazing
wildflowers. I believe the lavender-colored plants are Crossflowers,
also called Blue Mustard or Purple Mustard. Some sort of small
yellow flowers also grow in large patches throughout the
Black Hills although I have not yet identified them.


 
Wildflowers (Crossflowers) in the Black Hills on the Prescott National Forest, Arizona
 
Wildflowers (Crossflowers) in the Black Hills on the Prescott National Forest, Arizona
 
Wildflowers (Crossflowers) in the Black Hills on the Prescott National Forest, Arizona
 
Wildflowers in the Black Hills of Arizona
 
Wildflowers in the Black Hills of Arizona
 

Wildflowers in the Black Hills of Arizona
  Wildflowers and tree in the Black Hills of Arizona