San Francisco Wallflower
Origin Of Genus Name: Erysimum is Greek for "to help."
Presidio Locations: Found in coastal dune scrub and on serpentine slopes.
Range In State: Northern California coast. The Presidio is the type locality for this species.
Description: This rare, native, perennial species of the Mustard Family has cream colored flowers with 4 petals. The linear leaves are broad with sharp, deep teeth on singular or few-branching stems that stand 2-18 inches tall. Blooms March to June.
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The Presidio occupies 1,491 acres in northern San Francisco and welcomes over five million visitors annually.