Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 23, 2019

Marin County Wildflowers 2/23/19

The Marin CNPS Facebook page reports

The famous rare Fetid Adder’s Tongue lilies in Marin — Scoliopus bigelovii — and other early wildflowers/trees: Ribes, Manzanita, Silk Tassel, Poison Oak and her buds, wild cucumber, and my favorite non-native tree, Acacia Baileyana.

The Fetids are from Carson Falls on Mt. Tamalpais on Wed, just starting, and finishing yesterday at state park, Samuel Taylor, and also along Sir Francis Drake, in Marin, for those who can’t walk, they can be seen with binoculars from a car…. They bloom at different times. Seem to be about a month ahead at Homestead and the latest can be the end of March at Laurel Dell on Mt. Tamalpais.

See photos at  (3) Marin Native Plants


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