has round, glabrous (smooth and hairless) fruit which are held upright and
have the stigma attached. Flowers are about 1/2-inch in diameter. Mature
plants form a compact mound with a dense covering of bright yellow flowers.
Lesquerella fendleri blooms in spring on the plains of southeastern
Colorado and the southwest corner of the state.
Compare to Lesquerella ludoviciana, which has a looser structure, smaller blooms and pubescent fruits.
Compare to Physaria sp., which have double seed pods.
|Time of bloom:||April - June|