Wildflower in Idaho

Mountain Flower found going up the Caribou-Targhee mountain.

High in the elevation of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest lies this mountain side of purple wildflowers. I have no idea what this flower is called, but found it quite beautiful. Taken on the 21st day of September, 2019 while on the backside of the Grand Tetons in Idaho before the snow started coming down. We were fortunate enough to capture this beauty while hiking along the trail.

Sunshine’s Macro Monday & Cee’s Flower of the Day

31 Comments on “Wildflower in Idaho

    • Well I had no idea and it was on the side of the mountain in the forest. It sure made a great photo and I had no preconceived notion to behead it. Thanks for the info. 😊

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    • I see the links here. They are 404. Someone answered a thistle so I will check it out tomorrow. 😊

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  1. For some reason the link I provided above doesn’t work properly. I copied it and then posted it in google.com and it worked just fine. Go figure computers and their ongoing conflicts with certain websites.

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  2. One pretty piece of nature over there!
    😊😊😊

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  3. To see what’s in the link I provided on 5/20, Lisa, manually copy the link, paste it into google and then enjoy.

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  4. Nice! Someone recommended using an app to identify flowers called Picture This – plant identifier. I just downloaded it – its pretty cool so far. Its $30 a year, but I do love plants and never know what the heck they are! Figured this would be worth it!

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