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The deep, sky-blue Sky Pilot wildflowers are just gorgeous on the tundra in Rocky Mountain National Park!

Sky pilots are perennials that grow to about 5-6″ tall on the tundra and about 12″ tall elsewhere. Its trumpet-shaped flowers are blue and grow in clusters.

I loved these photographs where you can see the beautiful Sky Pilot wildflowers with the snowy tundra as a backdrop.  I took a horizontal photograph while Phil took the same flower as a vertical. Which one do you like better?




3 Responses to “The Blue Sky Pilot Wildflowers Are Stunning On The Tundra In RMNP This Summer!”

  1. Carrie says:

    Mel, they both look vertical to me… LOL

  2. Manny says:

    You live in an absolutely magical world of such varied and magnificent manifestations of both the animal and vegetable world. Bless you for sharing all of this beauty with me.

  3. Debra Niedbalski says:


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