Scientific Name: Castilleja miniata
Family Name: Scrophulariaceae
Bloom Period: May-Summer
Life Span: Perennial
Height: 12-30 inches
Habitat: Found Coastal, moist streambanks, meadow, west-side forest, east-side forest, including roadsides.
Leaf Description: Flat, lance-shaped, deep green, without lobes.
Flower and Petal Description: Heads are deep bluish-red to pinkish to bright yellow-orange. Flowers are mostly concealed by brightly colored, sharply toothed and pointed, hairy bracts, the green beak of flowers extending out with age.
Stem Description: Erect, slightly sticky, with few branches.
This flower is native to the area.