I like the way the balsamroot grows in discrete clumps. It certainly is prolific, and brightens up the landscape beautifully. The larkspur is nice, too, and combines well with the yellow of the balsamroot. Big spreads of one kind of flower are nice, but I do love the combinations.
It’s now getting far enough into springtime that more flowers are blooming and that provides a lot of combinations. That wonderful thing here is that most of what’s blooming now in the valley will be blooming in a month or two at the higher elevations where flower bloom until the snow covers them, so combined there is a long season of flowers.