Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 3, 2014

The Drought Is A Good Thing For Late Season Wildflowers

Bay Nature  has an article on how the drought is beneficial for late season native annual wildflowers. As a result of it being a dry year the annual grasses that compete with late season annuals have dried up. The recent rains will help the late season annuals. Learn more by reading article at:  Some Wildflowers Take Advantage of Drought « Bay Nature.

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