What’s in Bloom

March 17, 2017 Posted by: Andrew Rosales
Make sure to download the Cabrillo National Monument Wildflower App before you come to the park! Use this great tool to help identify all the species you come across.
Composite of native flowers in bloom at Cabrillo
From Top-Left to Right
Sea Dahlia (Leptosyne maritima)
Wild Cucumber (Marah macrocarpa)
Black Sage (Salvia mellifera)
Coast Monkey Flower (Diplacus puniceus)
Collar Lupine (Lupinus truncatus)
Milkmaids (Cardamine californica)
Tansy-Mustard (Descurainia pinnata)
Blue Dicks (Dichelostemma capitatum)
Ocean Locoweed (Astragalus trichopodus)
California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)
California Sun Cup (Camissioniopsis bistorta)
Bicolor Everlasting (Pseudognaphalium californicum)
Rancher’s Fiddleneck (Amsinkia intermedia)
Toad Flax (Nuttallanthus texanus)
White Fiesta Flower (Philostoma racemosum)
Woolly Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja foliolosa)
Ground Pink (Linanthus dianthiflorus)
Popcorn Flower (Cryptantha intermedia)
Fish-Hook Cactus (Mammillaria dioica)
Bush Sunflower (Encelia californica)
Common Goldenfields (Lasthenia gracilis)
Ropevine Clematis (Clematis pauciflora)
Coastal Wishbone (Mirabilis laevis)
Jewel Flower (Caulanthus heterophyllus)
Mojave Yucca (Yucca schidigera)

Wildflowers, Spring, Natural Resources

Last updated: March 17, 2017

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