10 Beautiful Wildflowers You’ll Find in Utah

Indian Paintbrush: Indian Paintbrush is a striking wildflower known for its vibrant red, orange, or pink bracts that resemble paintbrushes dipped in paint.

Scarlet Gilia: Scarlet Gilia, also known as skyrocket or firecracker plant, produces clusters of bright red tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds

Mule's Ears (Wyethia spp.): Mule's Ears are large, sunflower-like wildflowers with bright yellow petals and dark centers.

Goldeneye: Goldeneye is a cheerful wildflower with bright yellow, daisy-like flowers that bloom in late spring and early summer.

Utah Penstemon (Penstemon utahensis): Utah Penstemon is a native perennial with spikes of tubular, lavender-blue flowers.

Columbine: Columbines are delicate wildflowers with spurred petals that come in various colors, including blue, purple, pink, and white.

Sego Lily (Calochortus nuttallii): Sego Lily is the state flower of Utah and is prized for its delicate white, pink, or lavender flowers with yellow centers.

Desert Marigold: Desert Marigold is a hardy wildflower with bright yellow, daisy-like flowers and silver-gray foliage.

Blue Flax (Linum lewisii): Blue Flax is a charming wildflower with delicate sky-blue flowers that resemble small saucers.

Globemallow (Sphaeralcea spp.): Globemallow is a drought-tolerant wildflower with clusters of orange, pink, or red flowers.