Tag Archives: RMNP Wildflowers

The Purple Lupine Wildflowers Are Blooming By Fall River In Estes Park



The purple Lupine wildflowers are just gorgeous on Fall River in Estes Park. All of the rain that we’ve had lately in certainly making for some beautiful wildflowers!

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The Berries On The Mountain Ash Are Gorgeous In Rocky Mountain National Park!



The Mountain Ash is blooming and gorgeous in Rocky Mountain National Park! The red, glossy berries are just beautiful! I’ve seen them off of Fall River Road and around Sprague Lake.

The Mountain Ash has white flowers in the summer which turn into deep orange to scarlet berries in the fall.

If you find one bush there are usually many dense clusters of berries on it. Just look around for the perfect photo! I’m sure you’ll find it!

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Endovalley In RMNP Is Lush With Color



With all the rain we had in Rocky Mountain National Park this past spring, the colors in Endovalley are vibrant.

Loved this photograph of the Aspen trees with the Golden Banner wildflowers in the green, green grass.

What do you think?

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Beautiful Western Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly In My Yard In Estes Park



This pretty, yellow and black Western Tiger Swallowtail was feeding on the Catmint wildflowers in my yard. It’s the first one that I’ve seen this summer.

Beautiful butterfly, don’t you think? Love the orange and blue spots on its tail!

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Always Love The Black-Eyed Susan Wildflower In Estes Park And RMNP!



The Black-eyed Susan has always been one of my favorite wildflowers. I remember them growing up back east. One of my best childhood friends was named “Susie” and we used to see many of them while playing at the beach. with the yellow flowers about 3″ wide. They are very distinct with their very black, large center.

They seem to have bloomed the first or sencond week of August this year. I’ve seen many along the trails and along the sides of the roads.

When they are fully bloomed you can see the yellow pollen atop the puffy, black center. I tried to take this photograph so you could see its delicacy and intricacy.

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Pretty Purple Monkshood Wildflowers In Rocky Mountain National Park



I have seen so many purple Monkshood wildflowers on the different trails in Rocky Mountain National Park this summer. They are such a unique wildflower…looking just like a purple monk’s hood.

Monkshood are a tall wildflower at about 4 feet with 1″ purple flowers. They bloom from June through August so you still may be able to find some.

Have you ever seen a Monkshood? I took this photograph on the Cub Lake Trail not far from the first bridge.

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The Twinberries Are Plentiful In Estes Park And RMNP This Summer!



The Twinberries are certainly abundant in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park! I have seen them everywhere.

Twinberries are 3/8″ black berries that grow from the pale yellow flowers on a 6′ shrub in pairs, thus the “twinberrry.”

Have you seen any Twinberries this summer?


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Purple Venus Looking Glass Wildflowers



The purple Venus Looking Glass wildflowers are gorgeous along the Riverwalk in Estes Park. They are everywhere!

Have you seen any purple Venus Looking Glass wildflowers along the Riverwalk this year?

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The Pink Queen’s Crown Wildflowers Are Spectacular Up On The Tundra In RMNP



The pink Queen’s Crown wildflowers are just spectacular on the tundra in Rocky Mountain National Park. There are so many different varieties of wildflowers this year!

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