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Desert Sand VerbenaAbronia villosa
Found in creosote bush scrub and open sandy areas to 3000 ft.
Blooms February to July.
Peak Blooming Periods for Desert WildflowersDominant 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, PlantsExamples of such wildflowers are sand verbena (Abronia villosa), Mojave aster ( Xylorhiza tortifolia), and dune evening primrose (Oenothera deltoides).
Death Valley WildflowersDominant species: desert star, blazing star, desert gold, mimulus, encelia, poppies, verbena, evening primrose, phacelia, and various species of cacti ( usually ...
Red Rock Canyon - Mojave CaliforniaGoldfields, 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 EcologyGrasslands: Desert sand - verbena series, Indian ricegrass series, Pickleweed series, Saltgrass series. Shrublands: Allscale series, Brittlebush series, Creosote ...
The End of the AdventureThe 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, ...
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