Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 19, 2019

Anza-Borrego Wildflowers 2/18/19

Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers has the following post for Feb/18/2019 Big Wash North loop

A return to Big Wash, to see how things changed after almost 2 months.
The most obvious Brassica tournefortii | Sahara mustard;Asian mustard has grown faster than anyone else, but luckily it’s not everywhere.
Here no flower fields, except for the occasional small field of Eschscholzia parishii | Parish’s poppy high up the canyon walls.

Certainly a place to return to follow up some plants.
We found Phacelia neglecta | Alkali phacelia germination, a good place to revisit by the end of March or April.

Species in bloom below 3000 feet: 78.


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