Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 11, 2019

PInnacles Wildflowers 3/10/19

Rusty Scalf reports at the PInnacles

  • Lots of Popcorn flowers (a little white Borage)
  • a very few yellow Fiddleneck that were small (yet a couple blooming)
  • Lots of Milk Maids
  • Wonderful displays of Shooting Stars.
  • In damp places the ground is carpeted with Miner’s Lettuce.  The moss is lush and the lichen are vibrant.
  • Many of other plants like Clematis are beginning vegetative growth. Others like Black Sage and Eriogonum still look wintery and quite dormant. It is very green overall.

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