Clarkia amoena, or farewell to spring, are some of the last flowers to bloom in spring here on the mountain. They seem to love the dry soil, but don't last all that long because of it. Sometimes you'll see whole hillsides covered in them.
This is also the time of year when the Wyethia angustifolia, or narrow-leaf mule's ear, start to bloom. They're a couple feet tall and look a lot like patches of small sunflowers dotting the grassland.
Summer's just around the corner! :)