WILDFLOWERS, FERNS, & TREES of
Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, & Utah

Welcome to my web site for the identification and appreciation of mountain and desert flora.
Please feel free to email me your comments and questions.      Al Schneider 

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Identify your mystery plants by choosing characteristics below.
Skip those characteristics you are not sure about.

More search characteristics will be added by the end of 2015.

Plant Type
Tree
Shrub
Fern
Wildflower
Cactus
Vine
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Wildflower color
Yellow
White
Red, Pink
Orange
Blue, Purple
Green, Brown
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Flowering Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
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Vegetation Zone
Alpine
Subalpine
Montane
Foothills
Semi-desert
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Habitat

Woodlands
Shrublands, grasslands
Meadows, openings, tundra
Rocky areas, scree
Wetlands, seeps, springs
Streamsides, streams
Ponds
Disturbed areas, roadsides
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Genus
Common name
Scientific family name

 

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And thanks to Steve Sullivan, patient paragon programmer who set up
the search mechanism at the top of this page. Click for Steve's great botanical web site.

This web site is updated almost every day.
The site has been visited several million times since its inception in February, 2001.

I hope you enjoy your visit with the plants of the Four Corners states.
Please feel free to contact me with your comments and questions.

 

Introduction to Wildflower Identification