National Geographic : 1942 Apr
() National Ueograpnhc Society Yellow Monkeyflowers in a Natural Rock Garden This species is closely related to the pink monkeyflower (right and Plate VI). Both types thrive on washes under canyon walls, where soil and rock have accumulated from the cliffs above. Kodachromes byB.Anthony Stewart Water Brings Forth aRiot ofPink Monkeyflowers Here are shown in greaterdetail thesame delicate blossoms asinPlate VI. They grow profusely wheremoisture trickles down atthebases ofcanyon walls, and are related to the yellow type (left).