Early Summer Wildflowers Abound at Green Mountain State Park, Reynolds Park, and Golden Gate State Park near Denver, Colorado.
Posted by Bernie Nagy on May 27, 2016 | Posted under Bernie Nagy Photographer, Colorado Native Plant Society, colorado trails, conifer colorado, denver, Fairy Slipper, Frisco, Golden Colorado, Lakewood Colorado, Linda Nagy Author, Pocket Field Guide, Rocky Mountain Wildflowers, Rocky Mountains, Summit County, wildflower book, wildflower identification, Wildflower Photography | 0 Comments
From mid-June through mid-July a wide array of wildflowers can be discovered at Green Mountain State Park, along the wood-shaded trails at Reynolds Park and along the mountain trails at Golden State Park. All three parks are near Denver making them great destinations for day hikes.
Sugarbowl and Wallflowers Cutleaf Anemone Blue Mist Penstemon
The plants shown here were photographed at the parks and are just a few of the 272 wildflowers pictures and described in the newly published Rocky Mountain Wildflowers Field Guide by Linda Nagy, who received last year her Colorado Flora Certificate from the Colorado Native Plant Society.
Water Crowfoot Pine Drops Fairy Slippers
The convenient 4”x 6” pocket-sized guide book with color-coded pages, professional photographs and detailed descriptions is available through High Country Artworks or Amazon for $14. You may visit the author on June 10, 2016 at the Next Page Book Store on Main Street Frisco, Colorado for a book signing along with her co-author/photographer husband Bernie Nagy and renowned photographer John Fielder who will be signing his latest wildflower coffee table book.