Mojave River Valley Museum
Mohahve Historical Society
Photo Guide -
Desert Sand Verbena
creosote bush scrub
and open sandy areas to 3000 ft.
Blooms February to July.
Peak Blooming Periods for Desert Wildflowers
Dominant Species: desert lilies, lupine, verbena, primrose. ... Dominant Species: desert star, blazing star, monkey flower, poppies, verbena, evening primrose.
Silurian Valley - Devil's Playground: Mojave Desert Ecological ...
The Desert sand - verbena series is common on stabilized dunes. ... Grasslands: Alkali sacaton series, Big galleta series, Desert sand - verbena series, Indian ...
The Mojave Desert - Adaptations, Plants
Examples of such wildflowers are sand verbena (Abronia villosa), Mojave aster ( Xylorhiza tortifolia), and dune evening primrose (Oenothera deltoides).
Death Valley Wildflowers
Dominant species: desert star, blazing star, desert gold, mimulus, encelia, poppies, verbena, evening primrose, phacelia, and various species of cacti ( usually ...
Red Rock Canyon - Mojave California
Goldfields, lupines, indian paintbrush, sand verbena and two hundred other species of flowering plants may color the landscape in April. In the fall rabbitbrush is ...
Death Valley Ecology
Grasslands: Desert sand - verbena series, Indian ricegrass series, Pickleweed series, Saltgrass series. Shrublands: Allscale series, Brittlebush series, Creosote ...
The End of the Adventure
The shoots of the purple verbena ran over the ground, sending up little stems to hold its many-floretted crowns. Even the thorny cactus bloomed with a crimson, ...