Latin name: Stanleya pinnata (Pursh) Britton var. pinnata
Pronunciation: STAN-lee-a pin-AY-ta
Common name: Prince's plume
Family: Brassicaceae (Mustard)
Habitat: Sandy washes and on desert slopes and seleniferous soils, from 1000' to 7500' (mostly at the lower elevations), in creosote bush scrub to pinyon-juniper woodland from the Conejo Valley to the West Transverse Range, Santa Rosa Mountains, and the Mojave Desert
Blooming period: April to September
Name derivations: 1) Stanleya 2) pinnata