Friday, April 18, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS
LEWISIA REDIVIVA (Bitter root) is found growing briefly but in wonderful numbers on the serpentine rocks of Traverse Creek Preserve. Photo by Tripp Mikich
CALOCHORTUS COERULEUS (blue star tulip) is a unique lily found in the shadowed clearings of the National Forest. Photo by Tripp Mikich
BOLANDRA CALIFORNICA (California bolandra) is listed "rare" and is a stream-side flower growing in a handful of isolated locations in the National Forest. Photo by Tripp Mikich