Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 2, 2022

Saving the ‘The Unicorn Plant’

KQED reports on : How a Team of Scientists May Have Saved the Large-Flowered Fiddleneck. Read the story of saving Amsinckia grandiflora, the large-flowered fiddleneck at ‘The Unicorn Plant’: How a Team of Scientists May Have Saved the Large-Flowered Fiddleneck | KQED


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  1. I've found these around the Lockwood, Jolon area near Ft Hunter Liggett.

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