Mt. Goliath taproot. See the story in our
Welcome to this sharing of wildflower identification, a hobby offering deep enrichment of our lives. The arrangement of blooms by color has been of great assistance to us, as amateur hobbyists, in the identification of wildflowers. This is the organizational basis of the galleries. Please feel free to eMail your feedback, suggestions, corrections, or questions. It is our pleasure to share our photographs in the hope that wildflower identification may spark your interest and enhance your joy in nature, as it so richly has done for us.
Mark Lee Dixon & Darice Susan Dixon.
Link Highlight: The Colo Extension website is an excellent source of information about plant life, and much more, in Colorado. Click the logo and LEARN.
The western region of the United States encompasses a huge area. Many of the plants represented in this website have been sighted in Oregon and Washington. In some cases there may be blooms shown here from Canada. These areas have been explored by us exclusively to date simply based on proximity. In 2008 we will be presenting specimens from Colorado, Wyoming and adjacent states since we now live in this area. However, our interest extends much farther! The regions map here represents the area we are interested in learning and sharing about today, and in the future.
Last updated: March 28, 2013
Copyright 2007- 2013. All rights reserved. Mark L. & Darice S. Dixon
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* can not take any responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of plants. Always seek advice from an accredited professional before using any plant medicinally or for food. If self-testing use very small quantities and be alert for any adverse effects.
A new page on the site dedicated to the fun plant 'neighbors' we've seen along the way.
by William Weber & Ronald C. Wittmann
3500 - 6000' Plains
6000 - 8000' Foothills
8,000 - 10,000' Montane
10,000 - 11,500' Subalpine
11,000' - up Alpine (varies)
Common Taxonomic Rank
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Taxonomy is the practice and science of classification.