Phacelia arizonica  Arizona Scorpionweed
PERENNIAL.  Plants prostrate to semi-erect.  Leaves with many lobes, giving them a ladderlike appearance.  Flowers on long stalks, white with pink stripes (there is also a form with darker pinkish purple flowers, but I have not yet seen it in the Empires).  Blooms in April-May.  In the Empires, common on bare rocky ground in desert grassland.
FAMILY:  Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not Family)