Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 27, 2019

Southern California Wildflower Reports 4/26/19

Theodore Payne has new wildflower report today for Central and Southern California. You can find it with photos  and older reports at Theodore Payne Wildflower Hotline

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 report includes

  • Sequoia National Park
  • Pinnacles National Park
  • Figueroa Mountain in the Los Padres National Forest
  • Hungry Valley State Park
  • Placerita Canyon Nature Center
  • Los Angeles County Department of Parks & Recreation Wildlife Sanctuaries
  • Arthur B. Ripley Desert Woodland State Park
  • Antelope Valley California Poppy Preserve
  • Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
  • Environmental Nature Center

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