Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 12, 2019

Southern California Wildflower Reports 4/12/19

Theodore Payne posted its newest wildflower report. 

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 encourage people to treat these floral treasures with the respect due to all living organisms.

Flower viewing etiquette is simple:

  • Stay on the paths
  • Stand on bare ground
  • Leave the flowers unharmed

This week’s update includes the following locations:
See report and photos at April 12,2019

  • Prisk Native Garden
  • Carrizo Plain National Monument
  • Antelope Valley California Poppy Preserve
  • Los Angeles County Department of Parks & Recreation
    • Devil’s Punchbowl
    • Alpine Butter Wildlife Sanctuary
    • Jackrabbit Flat Wildlife Sanctuary
    • George R. Bones Wildlife Sanctuary 
    • Phacelia Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Descanso Gardens
  • Saddleback Butte State Park
  • Hungry Valley
  • Pinnacle National Monument
  • Diamond Valley Lake
  • Harford Springs Reserve
  • Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
  • Red Rock Canyon State Park
  • Figueroa Mountain in the Los Padres National Forest
  • Placerita Canyon Nature Center
  • Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
  • Environmental Nature Center
  • Elizabeth Learning Center
  • Theodore Payne Foundation in Sun Valley


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