Fringeleaf Necklacepod

Fringeleaf Necklacepod

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Caption: Fringeleaf Necklacepod (Sophora stenophylla) sends out underground roots and colonizes large areas, so although it is not a common plant, it is easy to spot when it is around. Tall stalks of handsome blue/purple flowers surmount 4-16 inch tall cushions of silvery-green, finely cut leaves. It is found in semi-desert areas, shrublands and sand. Blooms occur in spring and summer.

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Keywords: blooms, blue flower, coral pink sand dunes, fabaceae, flower, flowers, fringeleaf necklacepod, necklacepod, pea family, plant, purple flower, sand dune, sand dunes, semi-desert, shrublands, sophora, sophora stenophylla, state park, stenophylla, utah wildflower, wildflower

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