fiddleneck


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Related to fiddleneck: Amsinckia intermedia, Amsinckia
  • noun

Synonyms for fiddleneck

hairy annual of California to Mexico with crowded cymes of small blue to lilac or mauve flowers

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About 30 pumpers and 79 firefighters were stationed on Fiddleneck Road when the flames arrived.
The next spring, many of the same families came out again to plant more perennials, adding perennial blue flax, mountain bluet, butter-and-eggs (it's becoming a problem), prairie coneflower, as well as self-sowing wildflowers, including California poppy, bird's-eyes, and fiddleneck.
Look for wild geranium, owl's clover, and fiddleneck.
Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa loop trail, begins at Wendy Drive and Potrero Road in Newbury Park: Common fiddleneck, canyon sunflower, California peony, California everlasting, common eucrypta, purple nightshade, morning glory, wild sweet pea, crimson pitcher sage, skullcap, wild radish, wishbone bush.
Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa, loop trail at Wendy Drive and Potrero Road in Newbury Park: common fiddleneck, canyon sunflower, California peony, California everlasting, common eucrypta, purple nightshade, morning glory, wild sweet pea, crimson pitcher sage, skullcap, wild radish, wishbone bush.
Golden corydalis, desert phlox, desert chicory, spiderwort, popcorn flower, thistle poppy, fiddlenecks, deer vetch, desert anemone, scorpion flower, strawberry hedgehog cactus and pincushion cactus are in bloom.
Our campsite sat on the crown of a gentle hill, surrounded by flowering orange fiddlenecks.
Poppies and other wildflowers - including fiddlenecks and filaree, usually the earliest of the valley's native flowers - are blooming at spots along the roads leading to the reserve.
Besides the poppies - which right now have the thickest blooms on south-facing slopes outside the reserve's boundaries - other wildflowers are blooming at the reserve and elsewhere around the valley: pygmy lupines, cream cups, redstem filaree and fiddlenecks.
And other lupines in purples, reds and blues pepper fields of gold fiddlenecks.