Purple Chinese Houses

With so little rain, it’s not been much of a wildflower year—even the most common Fiddleneck and Brodiaea are scarce and on short stems.  But we began yesterday with these Purple Chinese Houses (Collinsia heterophylla), a wild gather as we collected the last of the Wagyu X calves for their EID tags and second round of vaccinations before shipping to Snake River Farms.

One response to “Purple Chinese Houses

  1. The scarcity makes them even more appreciated. I love when we get to Wyoming in June and the mountains are carpeted with wildflowers or, sometimes, snow 🙂

    janet

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