Wildflower Report for Dog Mountain

LocationDog Mountain
Date04/21/2018
ReporterSandeep K
E-mailsandeep900@gmail.com
CommentsReached trailhead at 8:00 and began hiking amidst few raindrops and cracks of sunshine. Lower elevations had some bloom (30-50%) and the topmost meadows barely had any. We spotted orange paintbrush, purple Pacific trillium, either storksbill or geranium, blue-eyed Mary and a light-pink colored flower that we are unable to recognize. The yellow balsamroot is starting to bud and a week or two`s worth of sunshine might lead to a full bloom by mid-May. Good hike!
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Dog Mountain
04/21/2018
Reached trailhead at 8:00 and began hiking amidst few raindrops and cracks of sunshine. Lower elevations had some bloom (30-50%) and the topmost meadows barely had any. We spotted orange paintbrush, purple Pacific trillium, either storksbill or geranium, blue-eyed Mary and a light-pink colored flower that we are unable to recognize. The yellow balsamroot is starting to bud and a week or two`s worth of sunshine might lead to a full bloom by mid-May. Good hike!


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