Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 26, 2018

San Pedro Valley County Park Wildflowers 2/25/18

Where to Photograph in California (Calphoto) has a report from a CNPS botany hike at San Pedro Valley County Park in Pacifica on the Hazelnut Trail


Despite well below normal precipitation thus far during this 2018 winter, there has been enough rainfall about this San Mateo coastal zone that it is quite green with reasonably flowing streams.  There are more western trillium and fetid adder’s tongue now blooming along the lush trail than I’ve seen ever seen at any other area.  Best areas are within a half mile of the trailhead.   Also saw numbers of other usual early season species like milk maids, manzanitas, giant trillium, blue witch, chaparral currant, hound’s tongue.


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