Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 18, 2019

Homestead Valley Land Trust Wildflowers 1/15/19

Homestead Valley Land Trust  has a new report for January 15.  See map and photos at Homestead Valley Land Trust

NEW
– Albizia*, a wattle native to Australia and a garden escapee is blooming in the gully below Pixie Trail.
– Death camus, a white lily is starting to bloom in meadows.
– Fetid adder’s tongue, one of our most exotic blooms is showing its first flowers now.
– Green wattle acacia* tree native to Australia is starting to bloom with its bright yellow puff flowers.
– Greene’s saxifrage with its small white flower is blooming on the Ridgewood Rock.
– Spring gold, a bright yellow ground hugging lomatium is blooming on the Ridgewood Rock.


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