Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 6, 2019

 Desert Lily Sanctuary Wildflowers 3/2/19

Explorers of the Mojave Desert reports

Last week I went to the Desert Lily Sanctuary located on Highway 177. I was greeted by a carpet of blooming Desert Sand verbena as far as the eye can see. Among the Desert Sand Verbena were clumps of Dune Evening Primrose, clumps of Freckled Milkvetch and clumps of California Shiledpod, to name a few scattered around. A few blooming Desert Lilies made the visit a complete delight.

See photos at  (4) Explorers of the Mojave Desert


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