I always look forward to spring in the Texas hill country. Bluebonnets, Gaillardia, primroses, paintbrushes and so many more. As we were driving along a rural road I spotted a yellow flower standing among hundreds of Scarlet Paintbrushes. It was a first for me. I had to go back and see if it was actually a yellow variation of the flower. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was and that there were several scattered throughout the area.
Castilleja indivisa Engelm.
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