Springdale Rockdaisy aka Jones Rockdaisy — Perityle tenella
Pretty common in Zion, especially on the sides of a lot of trails. Grows out of crevices in the rock. It is a perennial and has been found in Utah (only the Zion area), Arizona and Nevada.
Here’s some instances:
Tunnel East – June 13, 2011
Springdale Rockdaisy, Tunnel East, June 13, 2011
Riverside Walk – July 11, 2010
Springdale Rockdaisy, Riverside Walk, July 11, 2010
Posted on May 3rd, 2012
Tunnel East Asteraceae , Perityle , Springdale Rockdaisy
I love Zion! We drove from California to visit my brother when he was lvniig in Utah, years ago, and it was a trip we weren’t really looking forward to. It turned out to be one of our best vacations ever. We visited Moab, Bryce Canyon and at the end Zion. Our kids were too young to hike through the river like that, so I’m definitely going back at some point in my life. It’s wondrous! Your photos made me remember just how much so.
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