Fiddleneck (Amsinckia intermedia)
Below, Fiddlenecks in full flower. (Click on the image for a close-up view.) These are annuals reaching up to 20" in length, with orange-yellow tubular flowers.
Below, flowers and leaves viewed from above. The flower spike begins enfolded and then slowly opens out, looking like the neck of a fiddle:
Below, a view of the basal leaves. The whole plant is hairy.