|Western Wallflower is a member of the
plant grows to 32 inches in height and has grayish-green, lance shaped leaves with
small teeth along the margins that grow to
5 inches in length. The plant
typically grows along roadsides and on open slopes and flats at elevations between
2500 - 9500 feet.
The Western Wallflower at right
was photographed in the Superstition Wilderness beneath a yucca.
Western Wallflower blooms between March - September
and produces bright yellow flowers with 4 petals to 0.75 inches in
width that grow in a cluster at then end of a stalk. Flowers are
followed by a slender 4-sided pod to 4 inches in length.