A nicely done vid on some prominent wildflowers of the Wasatch Plateau.
The specific monkey flower is Mimulus guttatus, and the Indian paintbrush is Castellja rhexifolia. There’s a large variation in color range among the Scarlet Gilia (Ipomopsis aggregate) from vermillion with white spots to white with vermillion spots. This pinkish variety falls somewhere in between. All of these plants look great in a dryland garden, by the way. Keep in mind, though, what’s blooming on the mountaintops in July and August will be blooming in your garden in May.