Lesquerella ludoviciana
(Louisiana Bladderpod)
Family:
Brassicaceae (Mustard)
     
Leaves on Lesquerella ludoviciana are linear to the base of the stems. Seed pods (siliques) are round and are held away from the stem or drooping. L. ludoviciana grows primarily on the eastern plains and North Park.

Compare to Lesquerella montana, which has broad basal leaves, oval seed pods and grows at foothills and montane elevations.

Compare to Physaria sp., which have double seed pods.

Vegetation zone:  Plains, Foothills
Time of bloom:  April - June
Origin:  Native
Eastern Colorado Wildflowers