Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 5, 2018

Anza-Borrego Wildflowers 3/4/18

Borrego Wildflowers reports

Where should I go (3/4/2018):
Most of the desert is turning to it’s usual barren state.
There will be some canyons that are less bad that others, so here and there you will certainly find some flowers.

Right now the best place to be is in Coyote Canyon, from first to third crossing (including Box canyon) and Collins valley (including Indian, Sheep, Salvador).
The area around Third crossing creek, still has some interesting blooming plants.
That said, the bloom there seems to be past peak bloom already and a lot of plants are fading away.

Good spotty germination at the end of di Giorgio asphalt, that will probably results in very weak bloom.
NO germination at all along Henderson Canyon road. A.K.A> the sunflower patch.
Carrizo Canyon from the S2 south up to Rockhouse canyon, here it’s green but no germination, but with no additional rain.
Starting just North of Indian Gorge up to and including Carrizo Wash, with no additional rain.
North of Vallecito station up to Hornblende canyon.

See photos and older reports at Borrego Wildflowers

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