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Watch Wildflower Slideshows Before You Hike The Hills

The intent of these wildflower slideshows is to familiarize you with the names of the flowers and plants you will see on your walks around California at different times of the year. If you don't care about the names, then simply enjoy the beauty of California via these slide-shows. My goal is to add a lot of these as time goes by, for now there are three.





This is a trip to Ring Mountain on May 30, 2009, organized by the SCV chapter of CNPS.

A vista of Yellow Hayfield Tarplant (Hemizonia congesta ssp. lutescens) at Ring Mountain in TiburonSlide Show from Ring Mountain in Tiburon, 30 May, 2009


Here is a hike I went on Memorial Day weekend.

A Chamise (Adenostoma fasciculatum) bush at Edgewood Preserve in Redwood CitySlide Show from Edgewood Preserve in Redwood City, late May, 2009


And this one is a weekend botanizing trip to the Central Sierra-Nevadas.A Carpenteria californica (Bush Anemone) shrub on Highway 168 East of Sanger, CAWildflower and plants slide show (Set1) from the Central Sierra botanizing trip, May 16-17, 2009




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