Wildflowers of Utah’s Colorado Plateau

by Deborah J. Clark


Photography by Thomas Clark
Illustrations by Patricia Hansen

An essential field guide to wildflowers of the Colorado Plateau in southern Utah. This book contains color photographs with the common and scientific names of 209 plants. Line drawings of 83 of these plants aid in identification. It is a must-have companion for anyone interested in learning about native plants in this area while exploring the trails and backcountry. Includes descriptions and photographs of 48 endemic species not found in other common wildflower guides.

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Publication Date

March 15, 2021


5 x 7.5

The Author

Deborah J. Clark

Deborah Clark has spent thirteen years in the Capitol Reef area searching for and identifying native plants. For the past ten years, she has served as the interagency botanist for the Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, and Capitol Reef National Park. She is the project leader for an interagency rare plant team that conducts surveys within and around Capitol Reef National Park for rare and federally listed plant species. Through this job, she has been able to explore much of the backcountry of the Park and surrounding lands while surveying for rare and endemic plant species.