Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 29, 2019

Southern California Wildflowers 3/29/19

Theodore Payne updates

The Wild Flower Hotline is not a guide to “super blooms”. We have produced the Hotline for 36 years, every year, even during drought years with fewer precious flowers. The Hotline is meant to help people enjoy the unique and beautiful nature of Southern California, without diminishing that resource in years to come. We do not include sites that are prone to chaos. We encourage people to treat these floral treasures with the respect due to all living organisms. Make this your watchword: #nowildflowerswereharmed

See full report and photos at March 29, 2019

This week’s report includes:

Antelope Valley Poppy Preserve

Arthur B. Ripley Desert Woodland State Park

Diamond Valley Lake

Harford Springs Reserve

Anza- Borrego Desert State Park

George Bones Wildlife Sanctuary

Red Rock Canyon State Park

Mt. Wilson Trail in the San Gabriel Mountains.

Carrizo Plains National Monument

Figueroa Mountain in the Los Padres National Forest

Placerita Canyon Nature Center

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden

Environmental Nature Center

Elizabeth Learning Center


16th Annual Native Plant Garden Tour
Saturday & Sunday, April 6 & 7
10:00am – 5:00 pm
Tickets and more information at

Placerita Canyon Nature Center

Wildflower hike at Placerita every 4th Saturday. “Blooms of the Season” walk, 9:30 – 10:30
We always find something interesting to see.

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden will have many activities during
Wildflower Week April 13-21, 2019:
Wildflower Happy Hour, Wildflower Show, The Art of the Wildflower, Wildflower Trails, Tram Tours, and a Field Trip to Sand to Snow National Monument
For details see:

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