Wildflower season in the Northern Rockies is in full bloom late May through June. This year, I got spent several weeks at our house during the peak of the flower season. I walked all over the property with my camera trying to make sure that I cataloged the species there.
A Few Notable Flowers I Found:
Bitterroot is the Montana State Flower! It is small and grows low to the ground. It is actually a succulent. The bloom grows right up on a fleshy stem right out of the ground. There aren’t any “leaves” as such. The blooms were a pretty classic dark pink, though most pictures I’ve seen online are pale pink.