Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 10, 2013

Mojave National Preserve Wildflower Report 3/8/13

Mojave Preserve poste the following wildflower observations as of March 8, 2013

  • Few wildflowers are blooming so far this spring.
  • Joshua trees are blooming on Kelbaker Road north of Kelso, Cedar Canyon Road and Morningstar Mine Road.
  • Bladderpod can be seen along Kelbaker Road north and south of Kelso.
  • Desert dandelion are blooming along I-15 near Baker, Calif. If you look carefully, brown-eyed primrose can be spotted around the Baker exit.
  • A few brittlebush can be seen blooming along I-40 along the south boundary of Mojave National Preserve.

Follow their reports at:  Where the Wildflowers Are – Mojave National Preserve.

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