Fantastic bright red Texas native flower.
Ipomopsis Rubra in mother's yard in NW Iowa.
The beginning of this years flowers mixed in the flower bed.
Standing Cypress, photo taken at Ladybird Johnson wildflower center.
Standing Cypress, seedling 3-25-05.
These beautiful flowers are growing in scattered clumps all over the Wichita Mountains wildlife area.
A single small clump. Most were in larger clumps. Very striking flowers.
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra, small plant growing at a nature preserve in January, Arlington. Texas.
first year rosette form
Seedlings beginning to get true leaves.
Same seedlings 2 weeks later - after clump transplanting.
Standing Cypress growing in De Leon, Texas in June 09
Growing in the side yard
Found at Copperas Cove/West Fort Hood border behind Wal*Mart
Topping out later at over 9 ft, here it is higher than the 6ft fence and towering above cone flowers and other plants.
Grows wild in Flagler Beach, FL in July.
close up of bloom July zone 9a FL, wild growing in sand and sun.
Standing Cypress in bud at the Waitakaruru Arboretum and Sculpture Park between Morrinsville and Hamilton
The 'Gorgeous' bright red flowers of early February
Photo courtesy of Mark Delepine. Copyright of Mark Delapine. Berkeley, California.