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My favorite flower, Indian paintbrush — 23 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing the lovely flowers – we’re getting closer to crocus in the yard but still the end of snowbanks melting first :-)

  2. Absolutely beautiful! I’ve never seen a flax flower before, I never realized the seeds came from a flowering plant. That red cactus flower is stunning.

  3. My flax still hasn’t bloomed yet, but my yarrow, sage, and other wild plants are coming up. A lot of plants including the pioneer trees like Russian Olive are busting their leaves right now. The desert seems so dead but as you see is alive and kicking. Thanks for sharing these awesome pics Mary.

  4. The flax flowers are so pretty! I had no idea what a flax plant looked like before. The Indian Paintbrush is pretty too. And what a cool looking little plant…I love the outlined leaves.
    Beautiful!
    Oz

  5. When I was a child, living on a ranch in Southern California, we had paintbrush growing on the mountain sides. I loved them, and have been looking now for seeds to plant in my garden. No luck so far.Thank you for posting these beautiful flowers.

  6. I have been wanting to go to one of the fields across the street from where I live and take a picture of it. It’s just like a giant sea of red with the paintbrushes. Also some blue mixed in because this is Texas and there are Bluebonnets!

  7. It’s so cool to see the beautiful flowers that we don’t have around here. Though we do have one that is called “Indian Paintbrush” but it’s totally different!

  8. Hello,
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