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Natural History

The Wallflower is a member of the Mustard Family. The plant grows to 32 inches in height and has green, lobed leaves to 5 inches in length that grow in a rosette at the plants base, and narrow toothed leaves which grow along the stem. It typically grows in open areas in pine forests at elevations above 7000 feet.  

There are 9 different species of Wallfower in Arizona.

The Wallflower blooms between March and September and produces bright yellow to dark orange flowers (depending on the species) with 4 petals that grow in clusters at the end of the stalk.

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