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These beautiful and colorful wildflowers are found throughout the more temperate zones of the world. The name “Hound’s Tongue” refers to their broad leaves. The plants grow 2’ – 3’ tall and the flower heads (blue, purple and maroon) are on tall arching wands.
Blooms – April/May through August in moist locations.
Photo: Middle Fork American River Trail, Placer County, California, USA

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John Butler is a resident of Northern California. A builder, by trade – but spiritually, a naturalist and photographer.

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  • John Butler
    John Butleralmost 2 years ago

  • John Butler
    John Butleralmost 2 years ago

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderalmost 2 years ago

    This is a great composition, the branch adds elegance to the flowers

  • The meadow was covered by these wildflowers but they are so tiny that I had to focus on a small area. This one spot caught my eye. Thank You Kala.

    – John Butler

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 2 years ago

    Very nice capture

  • Thanks Larry

    – John Butler

  • Lynn Gedeon
    Lynn Gedeonalmost 2 years ago

    Beautifully captured wildflower! Love the colors!

  • I am always excited to see the Hound’s Tongue appear. Because it pops up before some of the grasses it has more contrast with the winter landscape. Thank You Lynn

    – John Butler

  • Jeanette Muhr
    Jeanette Muhrover 1 year ago

  • Thanks Jeanertte

    – John Butler

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