100 Desert Wildflowers in Natural Color
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100 Desert Wildflowers in Natural Color

By Natt Noyes Dodge
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Table of Contents
  • 100 Desert Wildflowers in natural color
  • Contents
  • Hints for Flower Photographers
  • Introduction
    • The Desert
    • Why and When Do Deserts Bloom?
    • Identifying Desert Wildflowers
  • Spring gives an Evening Party
  • 1. Longleaf ephedra
  • 2. Common reed
  • 3. Prairie spiderwort
  • 4. Desertlily
  • 5. Mariposa
  • 6. Golden mariposa
  • 7. Desert mariposa
  • 8. Soaptree yucca
  • 9. Joshua-tree
  • 10. Torrey yucca
  • 11. Giant yucca
  • 12. Sacahuista
  • 13. Sotol
  • 14. Agave
  • 15. Parry agave
  • 16. Lechuguilla
  • 17. Canaigre
  • 18. Trailing-four-o’clock
  • 19. Sand-verbena
  • 20. Mexican goldpoppy
  • 21. Pricklepoppy
  • 22. Evening-primrose
  • 23. Spectaclepod
  • 24. Bladderpod
  • 25. Western-wallflower
  • 26. False-mesquite
  • 27. Catclaw-acacia
  • 28. Mescat-acacia
  • 29. Honey mesquite
  • 30. Senna
  • 31. Blue palo-verde
  • 32. Bird-of-Paradise-flower
  • 33. Lupine
  • 34. Adonis lupine
  • 35. Smoke-thorn
  • 36. Dalea
  • 37. Tesota
  • 38. Woolly loco
  • 39. Heron-bill
  • 40. Creosotebush
  • 41. Arizona-poppy
  • 42. Desert-mallow
  • 43. Five-stamen tamarisk
  • 44. Yellow mentzelia
  • 45. Rock-nettle
  • 46. Night-blooming cereus
  • 47. Saguaro
  • 48. Organpipe cactus
  • 49. Claretcup echinocereus
  • 50. Strawberry echinocereus
  • 51. Rainbow echinocereus
  • 52. Yellow pitaya echinocereus
  • 53. Barrel cactus
  • 54. Fishhook cactus
  • 55. Beavertail cactus
  • 56. Engelmann pricklypear
  • 57. Jumping cholla
  • 58. Pencil cholla
  • 59. Whipple cholla
  • 60. Walkingstick cholla
  • 61. Evening-primrose
  • 62. Ocotillo
  • 63. Field bind-weed
  • 64. Santa Fe phlox
  • 65. Starflower
  • 66. Phacelia
  • 67. Nama
  • 68. Buffalobur
  • 69. Silverleaf nightshade
  • 70. Sacred datura
  • 71. Tree tobacco
  • 72. Ceniza
  • 73. Desert beardtongue
  • 74. Palmer penstemon
  • 75. Paintbrush
  • 76. Owl-clover
  • 77. Desert-willow
  • 78. Trumpet-bush
  • 79. Louisiana broomrape
  • 80. Coyote-melon
  • 81. Snake-weed
  • 82. Desertstar
  • 83. Mohave aster
  • 84. Fleabane
  • 85. Broom baccharis
  • 86. Desert zinnia
  • 87. Brittle-bush
  • 88. Silverleaf enceliopsis
  • 89. Crown-beard
  • 90. Douglas coreopsis
  • 91. Paperflower
  • 92. Desert baileya
  • 93. Goldfields
  • 94. Chaenactis
  • 95. Douglas groundsel
  • 96. New Mexico thistle
  • 97. Desert dandelion
  • 98. Malacothryx
  • 99. White cupfruit
  • 100. Prickly sowthistle
  • Suggestions for Additional Reading
  • Index
  • Transcriber’s Notes
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