Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 4, 2012

More Fall Desert Wildflower Reports

Anza Borrego Desert Natural History Association reports

Oct. 2, 2012.  More fall flowers in Anza-Borrego!   We received a report that Borrego Palm Canyon now has flowers to be seen along the trail.   The late summer rains have really created an unexpected surprise in many areas.   Among the flowers listed in the report are Bush Monkeyflower, California Fuschia, Trailing Windmills, and Scarlet Spiderling.  These were all reported in the vicinity of the first palm oasis.

DesertUSA reports for Death Valley:

Oct 3, 2012 Many wildflowers blooming in the higher elevation of Death Valley thanks to the recent rain.

Sept 26, 2012: Flowers blooming along Tecopa Rd, and the Old Spanish Trail Hwy D lots of grasses from recent rains followed by warm and little wind. Rouge desert gold popping up in and around the hot springs area

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