Wildflower Report for Catherine Creek

LocationCatherine Creek
Date04/13/2014
ReporterJoan
CommentsThe camas lilies are in full bloom. Also saw plenty rosy plectritis and buckwheat (I think that is the name), a few bi-colored lilies, prairie stars, a very few shooting stars on lower trail, desert parsley, hound's tongue and blanketflower. The grass widows are all gone, but it looks like it was a good year. Lupine look like they will bloom in about two weeks. I looked for chocolate lilies and couldn't tell if what I saw had already bloomed or has a bit to go. Too much poison oak to get too close. Oh and the larkspur are also at their end. A couple told us they saw dutchman's breeches but we couldn't find them. Again, too much poison oak. Great hike, though.
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