This Monkey-Flower will be found in the wild in rocky places below 4500'. It is a member of Foothill Woodland, Chaparral, Yellow Pine Forest and Joshua Tree Woodland communities. The flowers are a light lemon-yellow color. In your garden provide a well-drained site with full sun to partial shade. This is a drought tolerant perennial once it is established. Occasional water during the dry months will prolong the period of bloom and enhance the overall appearance.