Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 19, 2018

Southern California Wildflower Summary 5/18/18

Theodore Payne has posted a new report 5/18/18 with photos for Southern California. See a pdf of the full report at Theodore Payne. It includes:

  • Garden at the Theodore Payne Foundation in Sun Valley
  • Bureau of Land Management’s Scenic Byway, which goes between HWY178 and the summit of Nine mile Canyon
  • Hungry Valley SRA
  • Stunt High Trail at Stunt Ranch/Cold Creek Preserve in the Santa Monica Mountains
  • Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont
  • San Jacinto Mountains near Garner Valley
  • Newport Beach area, The Environmental Nature Center
  • Habitat Gardens at Elizabeth Learning Center

Native Plant & Wildflower Events in Southern California

  • Southern California Montane Botanic Garden
    The Wildlands Conservancy, Oak Glen Preserve, 39611 Oak Glen Road, Yucaipa, CA 92399. Now through May!
  • Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (
    The California Butterfly Pavilion during garden hours. See all Events at
  • Los Angeles County Natural History Museum
    Sat. April 14 (second Saturdays, Feb.-July, 2018)
    9:30-11 am
    The theme will be plant selection and appreciation with an emphasis on attracting garden wildlife. Free with Museum entrance. Register via 213-763- 3499 Nature Gardens Director, Carol Bornstein, will lead walks with a view to plant selection and wildlife attraction.

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