Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 3, 2018

Monterey County Wildflowers

The Monterey Herald reports on this season’s late wildflower bloom in Monterey County. It is on the late side, peaking and looks good this year.

“Right now is the peak bloom of spring, about 10 days to two weeks later than normal,”

For people who want to get out and see flowers in the area, the experts recommended local parks including Garland Ranch Regional Park, Fort Ord National Monument, and Garrapata State Park (watch for changing access to the trails being rebuilt after the Soberanes fire). The Monterey chapter of the California Native Plant Society (https://montereybay.cnps.org/) hosts frequent hikes, volunteer opportunities, and monthly speakers.

read full article at  Wildflower season comes late to Monterey


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