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Amsinckia intermedia
Boraginaceae

Height: Up to 20"

Leaves: 6" long at the base turning to about 3/4" long at the top. They are green and lanceolete shaped with bristles.

Flowers/Fruit: In bloom March to May. Yellow-orange tubular flowers that are 1/8" wide at the top. They are on the top of the stem and coil over appearing like a violin neck.

Form/Habitat: Below 4,000'. Found along roadsides and dry open areas of creosotebush communities. They range from California to New Mexico


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