Lycium pallidum  Pale Wolfberry
SHRUB.  Erect, wavy stems with few branches.  Leaves 1-3 cm long, spatulate, very pale bluish-green, smooth.  Flowers hanging, trumpet-shaped, white to pale purple, with prominent veins.  Blooms in April-May.  Fruits are round, about 1 cm, glaucous (covered with a thin waxy white coating) and bright red when ripe.  In the Empires, uncommon among junipers on mixed sedimentary and volcanic rock.  Flowers, fruit, and leaves are larger than those of other wolfberries, but branches are more sparse.  When flowers and fruit are lacking, this species is easily identified by its distinctive leaf color and shape.