Utah native plant enthusiasts will appreciate this flower video

Published on Aug. 17, 2012 by   |  BYU biology professor Richard Gill describes wildflowers that grow on Utah’s Wasatch Plateau. Gill identifies summer-blooming native Utah plants including lupine, columbine, Jacob’s ladder, sticky geranium, elephant head, monkey flower, Indian paint brush, larkspur, and scarlet gilia.
Photography by Brian Wilcox, BYU University Communications
Editor Jacob Olson

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