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Some larger desert sage bushes (probably Salvia dorrii) are also blooming in this wash Diminutive chia sages grow in the wash hereThumbnailsI take note of this light-pink Mojave Desert native thistle: Cirsium neomexicanumDiminutive chia sages grow in the wash hereThumbnailsI take note of this light-pink Mojave Desert native thistle: Cirsium neomexicanumDiminutive chia sages grow in the wash hereThumbnailsI take note of this light-pink Mojave Desert native thistle: Cirsium neomexicanumDiminutive chia sages grow in the wash hereThumbnailsI take note of this light-pink Mojave Desert native thistle: Cirsium neomexicanumDiminutive chia sages grow in the wash hereThumbnailsI take note of this light-pink Mojave Desert native thistle: Cirsium neomexicanum

It's funny how these plants grow in sand and gravel in order to stay dry, and yet they like these drainage washes that occasionally get very wet for short periods of time.