Indian paintbrush


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Indian paintbrush:

see figwortfigwort,
common name for some members of the Scrophulariaceae, a family comprising chiefly herbs and small shrubs and distributed widely over all continents. The family includes a few climbing types and some parasitic and saprophytic forms.
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Indian paintbrush

of Wyoming. [Flower Symbolism: Golenpaul, 646]
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Plant Guide for Christ's Indian paintbrush (Castilleja christii).
Co-financed by Fox Searchlight and Indian Paintbrush
She found wildflowers as she walked, great trumpets of white, like lilies except that they came from a creeping plant, and golden balls that looked like cotton, and stalks of vibrant red flowers called Indian paintbrush. The grasses were strange, various breeds of needle-grass rising up in purple-brown clumps, their long thin blades turning to silver at the tips."
In the Lakes Basin, Round Lake loop delivers bouquets of wildflowers--mountain lupine, Indian paintbrush, columbine.
From atop one's horse, purple bull elephant's head, red Indian paintbrush, white columbine, powder-blue forget-me-nots and purple " larkspur can be seen.
1977 First plant species are listed as endangered--San Clemente Island Indian paintbrush, San Clemente Island larkspur, San Clemente Island broom, and San Clemente Island bush-mallow.
Or a field of Indian paintbrush. Or a house in the lee of a mountain.
CREDITS: (U.K.-Germany) A Fox Searchlight Pictures (in North America) release and presentation in association with Indian Paintbrush and Studio Babelsberg of an American Empirical production.
The next morning, we hiked a few miles to Dug Basin, goggling at the vibrant hills blanketed in cheat grass and speckled with lupine, Indian paintbrush, elephant-ear sunflowers, and occasional rusting farm equipment abandoned by homesteaders years ago.
In springtime, red Indian paintbrush, pink evening primrose and Texas bluebonnets are evident.
* ash-gray Indian paintbrush (Castilleja cinerea), a semi-parasitic perennial wildflower in the fig-wort family (Scrophulariaceae), as threatened,
CREDITS: A Paramount Pictures and Indian Paintbrush presentation of a Right of Way/ Mr.

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