Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 26, 2014

Mojave National Preserve Wildflower Report 3/26/14

Mojave National Preserve has the following report for March 26, 2014

Desert dandelion are abundant on Kelso Dunes Road, KelbakerRoad south of Kelso, and Kelso Cima Road. Desert lilies seem to be especiallyabundant this year. There is a good patch one mile south of Kelso on KelbakerRoad, as well as in Jackass Canyon and sandy areas around Cowhole Mountain.Verbina are beginning to bloom along Cedar Canyon Road. Blooms have also beenreported along the east boundary near Homer Mountain.

Here’s a list of flowers blooming along the powerline roadthrough Foshay Pass:

 

  • globe mallow
  • Mojave aster
  • white wooly daisy
  • desert dandelion
  • Indian paintbrush
  • beavertail cactus
  • brittlebrush
  • golden primrose
  • chicory
  • hopsage
  • lupine
  • cresotebush

 

Follow reports at:  Where the Wildflowers Are – Mojave National Preserve (U.S. National Park Service).


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