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There were quite a few Locoweed wildflowers in Rocky Mountain National Park last summer, even with the small amount of moisture that we got. They are really beautiful wildflowers with colors ranging from pinkish purple to blue. They grow in  spike-like clusters from June through August. I took this particular photograph at Lily Lake in RMNP.

The first photograph is a macro of the flower and the second one shows you the little bush-like plant in which it grows.

Have you ever seen the Locoweed wildflower along the road or trails in the park?

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2 Responses to “The Locoweed Wildflowers Were Abundant In RMNP Last Summer!”

  1. Kathleen says:

    No, I have not. Usu visit there after Labor Day – must try spring sometime! :>)

  2. Manny says:

    I guess the name of this gorgeous creature is greatly ennobled by its splendid presence.

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