"Indian Paintbrush" is the name given to a variety of flowers of the genus Castilleja, which grow wild all over the Rockiets, and are obviously named for their appearance. They come in a variety of colors, red being the most common and most brilliant. They were actually used by Native Americans as a food source or condiment (but not for painting).
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