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One flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum)

One flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum) Pool of water at Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the roadPool of water at Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the roadPool of water at Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the roadPool of water at Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the roadPool of water at Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the road

This plant in the lily family is native to the San Francisco Bay Area, and I've planted a few in my garden, but I didn't realize that it is also native to the Mojave Desert.