Desert Five-Spot

Eremalche rotundifolia

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  • Desert Five-Spot | Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) in Death Valley National Park. Photo: NPS
  • Desert Five-Spot | Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) in Death Valley National Park. Photo: NPS
  • Desert Five-Spot | Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) in Death Valley National Park. Photo: NPS
  • Desert Five-Spot | Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) in Death Valley National Park. Photo: NPS
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Basic Information

Order

Malvales

Family

Malvaceae

Size

1.5-20 in

Leaf Color

Green

Blooming Season

Spring

Bloom Color

Pink, Red

Attracts

Photographers

Desert Five-Spot Habitat

Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) is native to the Mojave Desert washes and flats.

Desert Five-Spot Facts

Desert Five-Spots (Eremalche rotundifolia) are beautiful wildflowers native to the Mojave and Colorado Deserts in the southwestern United States. The flowers are sparingly leaved and have delicate purplish-pink petals with deep red centers. The desert wildflower is generally found in open or rocky areas between 150 and 5000 ft. in elevation. To view one blossoming in the wild, head to Death Valley National Park.

Desert Five-Spot Distribution



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