Capturing The Moment — Ragged Rock Flowers   3 comments

Ragged Rock Flower (1 of 1)-2 blog

Ragged Rock Flower (1 of 1) blog

Ragged Rock Flower (1 of 1)-3 blogRagged Rock Flowers (February 20, 2015) — Images by kenne

This beautiful flower grows on a scrub that is generally found growing out of cracks in cliff rocks often near canyon streams. The flower blossom looks somewhat like a citrus blossom and even has somewhat of a citrus smell. The seeds of the plant are rich in oils love by ants, which leads to a theory why the seeds end up in the cracks of rocks. The cast-off seeds sometimes land in cracks where germination takes place.


3 responses to “Capturing The Moment — Ragged Rock Flowers

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  1. Even the thought of a flower brings a smile to my face here in Ohio with deep snow on the ground and single digit temperatures.


  2. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    Last week I was on the Bluff trail in Sabino Canyon and took some photos of Ragged Rock Flowers. However, I like these from five years ago better. — kenne


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