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Wyoming: Indian Paintbrush, Castilleja linariifolia, state flowers

50 State Flowers to Grow Anywhere

Indian Paintbrush flowers, like those Leora places on her mother's grave.

The Wyoming state flower, Indian Paintbrush or Painted Cup (Castilleja linariaefolia) was adopted as the State Flower on January 31, 1917. The roots of the painted cups are partially parasitic on the roots of other green plants. Their true flowers are inconspicuous, but are commonly enveloped by bright red flowerlike bracts.

Wyoming State Flower - Indian Paintbrush Castilleja linariaefolia Indian Paintbrush or Painted Cup (Castilleja linariaefolia) was adopted as the State Flower on January The roots of the painted cups are partially parasitic on the roots of

indian paintbrush grows near the cabin in Eastern Oregon...which is why I love it

Red Indian Paintbrush Flower in Springtime, Nature Conservancy Property, Maxton Plains

indian paintbrush grows near the cabin in Eastern Oregon...which is why I love it

Paintbrush Morning photo

Paintbrush Morning : Weminuche Wilderness, Colorado : Mountain Photography and Fine Art Prints by Jack Brauer

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