Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 25, 2010

Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve

Edgewood Park and Preserve is a popular Bay Area wildflower site in San Mateo County.  It has over 480 plant species on mostly serpentine soil. The park reports there is currently a lot to see but that the biggest displays will most likely be in mid-April.  For a recent report on Edgewood bloom check the most recent bloom report:

Resources on Edgewood include the Friends of Edgewood, the Official Park site and Toni Corelli’s plant book.

Friends of Edgewood:

Edgewood Park site:

Flowering Plants of Edgewood Natural Preserve by Toni Corelli (includes plant identification keys, characteristics, drawings and flowering times.)

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