Weeds and Wildflowers of Utah -- Home Page

Utah Weeds and Wildflowers


Utah Weeds and Wildflowers -- Home Page



Arranged in Habitat Groups

Alphabetical Index

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Click on one of the habitats shown here, and view photos of some typical plants you might see as you travel around the state of Utah.

   Some are "weeds" and some are "wildflowers".
   Some are common and some are more unusual.
   Some are very beautiful -- and others are not.

I hope the photos will help you identify the plants you find, and make your travels more interesting and enjoyable.




 

Wasatch Mountain Scene Alpine Plants -- (Above 8,000 ft)





A path through the foothills Oak/Maple Communities -- (~5,000 to 8,000 ft)








Flowers growing along a roadside Disturbed Areas -- (~4,000 to 6,000 ft)











Small stream in a meadow (Wetlands in a Desert)














A rocky desert scene (Deserts -- High and Low, Hot or Cold)








Note: Many plants may be seen in more than one of the arbitrary habitat groups shown here. You might notice the same kind of plant growing in different places at different times of the year, blooming earlier in the valleys and later in the high mountains where the snow lingers longer.



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A jagged fault line near Boulder Mountain Seldom Seen Scenery