Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 7, 2012

Joshua Tree Wildflower Report 2/6/12

Joshua Tree just published a new wildflower update which is very similar to last week’s report:

Joshua Tree Blooming Wildflowers as of February 6, 2012

“September rain and warm winter nights have resulted in some early blooms in the southern part of the park. Visitors who venture into the washes along the road south of Cottonwood Visitor Center will find Canterbury bells, sand blazing star, chuparosa, rock daisies, brittlebush, and many others. However, don’t expect to find large numbers of blooms or carpets of color since most of the more than 60 species currently flowering are represented by just a few, scattered blooms.”

You can download pdf  file of a detailed wildflower report of what is in bloom and the specific locations at:


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