flowers-20549 - 1351-phlox speciosa, Shewy Phlox [2693x4365]

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1351-phlox speciosa, Shewy Phlox - high resolution image from old book.

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phlox speciosa
Category:Phlox speciosa
Category:Flora of North America
Phlox speciosa is a species of phlox known by the common name showy phlox. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to Arizona and New Mexico, where it occurs in sagebrush, pine woodlands, and mountain forests. It is an erect perennial herb with a shrubby base growing up to about 40 centimeters tall. The leaves are linear or lance-shaped, oppositely arranged, and generally glandular. The inflorescence bears one or more white to pink flowers with elongated tubular throats each up to about 1.5 centimeters long. The corolla has five double-lobed, notched, or heart-shaped lobes. There are several subspecies, most being limited to certain sections of the plant's overall distribution.

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Width in pixels 2693
Height in pixels 4365
source info Published before 1923.
Edwards's botanical register v. 16 (1830) http://'vxb.opr'/i/9052
Author: Lindley, John,, Ridgway, James
Volume: v.16 (1830)
Publisher: London : James Ridgway,