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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 3, 2012

Grand Canyon North Rim Wildflower Report 8/2/12

 

Wild in Arizona just published a wildflower report for the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. They reported:

The stormy monsoon season is in full swing here in Arizona, which means enough moisture has hit the ground to encourage the later-blowing monsoon wildflowers to show their brilliant colors.
A quick visit to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon…last weekend revealed multiple species of vibrant blooms just starting to peak.  Those with some time in the next two weeks will certainly have healthy specimens to focus on (pun intended!), including lupine, fireweed, aspen fleabane, goldeneye, skyrockets, Kaibab paintbrush, goldenrod, wild geranium, Richardson’s geranium, and many more.

Read all of their reports at: http://wildinarizona.com/wordpress/

 

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