National Geographic : 1936 Mar
© National Geographic Society THIS LUPINE CLOSE-UP REVEALS THE DETAILED STRUCTURE OF ITS PEALIKE FLOWER Most lupines have blue, purple, and yellow flowers. This particular species is distinguished for its delicate pink shade. Lupines range from low valleys to 10,000-foot slopes. Finlay Photographs byB.Anthony Stewart TINY, FRAGILE MIMULUS PALMERI ISAMEMBER OF THE FIGWORT FAMILY The foxglove, snapdragon, and paintbrush arealso kintothis shy blossom. Dr. FrederickV. Coville lately found inDeath Valley arelated plant which he calls "rockmidget."