April 8 , 2007
* Indicates the wildflower is currently in bloom
*Tolmie's Onion: Allium tolmiei - In bud.
*Grass Widow: Olsynium inflatum (formerly Sisyrinchium douglasii var. inflatum) - Only in bloom near 3000'.
*Hornseed Buttercup: Ranunculus testiculatus -
*Spreading Wallflower: Erysimum repandum -
*Western Bladderpod: Lesquerella occidentalis var. occidentalis - Nice tufts of flowers visible on basalt outcrops from the highway as well as on clay soils on the slopes.
*Serviceberry: Amelanchier alnifolia - Beginning to bloom.
*Filaree: Erodium cicutarium
*Pungent Desert Parsley: Lomatium grayi -
*Broadsheath Desert Parsley: Lomatium vaginatum - Beginning to bloom. Plants are being heavily grazed by deer, so aren't develping the "leafy" stems that typically would be seen.
*Midget Phlox: Phlox gracilis -