Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Chiracahua Mountain Sandmat.
Spurge (Euphorbiaceae) Family.
The small flowers have a green, pea-shaped ovary and 4, rounded, petal-like lobes that open white and then age to pink. There is usually a mix of both flower colors on one plant. The leaves are green, linear, opposite, minutely toothed, and widely spaced along the slender, reddish stems.
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area
Location: Along main road 1 mile from Visitor Center.
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