Chrysothamnus nauseosus / Composite Family
Navajo Name - K´iiłtsoi Nitsaaígíí
Salt Lake City, Utah
October 1, 2005
This is one of the most common wildflowers blooming in the western states during the fall, it adds a ribbon of color along the roadsides. I have added the Navajo names, and in some cases the translations, to some of the wildflowers. I will not however, attempt the pronunciations! :) Navajo is an extremely difficult language, it is no wonder they were the "Code Talkers" during World War II!