Eastwood Indian Paintbrush
The Eastwood Indian paintbrush has found a special niche in its harsh desert environment in which to thrive. They are found almost exclusively in cracks and crevices in the canyon walls of Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.
- © 2013
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- Contained in galleries
- Red & Orange Wildflowers, Orobanchaceae (Indian Paintbrushes and Broomrapes)