Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 25, 2018

Marin County Wildflowers 2/24/18

The Marin CNPS Facebook page has the following updates

the Loma Alta Fire Road from Big Rock to the Loma Alta Open Space on Saturday. It is too early for a good selection of wildflowers. The best ones were right at the start, next to the trailhead. Lots of Blennosperma nanum (pictured here), as well as Yellow owl’s clover and Red maids. On the hike we also found Hog fennel, California buttercup, Foothill shooting star (Mosquito bill), California man-root, Milk maids and a few others. And lots of non-natives (Rosy sandcrocus all along the trail)

 Kent Pump Road, Big Trees – Fetid Adders tongue, Woodland Violet

See photos and older posts at Marin Native Plants.


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