Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 3, 2012

Marin Wildflower Reports 2/2/12

Three new wildflower reports posted on the Marin CNPS website:

“Trilliums starting to bloom on the Ben Johnson Trail in Muir Woods”

“One blooming western leatherwood (Dirca occidentalis) on the Devils’ Gulch fire road near the border between Samuel P. Taylor SP and GGNRA on January 29, 2012.”

“Phoenix Lake yesterday. Good displays of milkmaids on many trails. Saw just one fetid adder’s tongue (Scoliopus bigelovii) on Getrude Orr Trail. Some hound’s tongue and shooting stars on Yolanda Trail between Phoenix Lake Fire Road and Six Points. Buckeyes are beginning to leaf out.”

Follow Marin CNPS wildflower reports at   Marin CNPS Wildflower Reports.


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