Tripp the plant fantastic at the Coz

By From page B14 | June 21, 2013

Calochortus couruleus

CALOCHORTUS COERULEUS (blue star tulip) is a unique lily found in the shadowed clearings of the National Forest. Photo by Tripp Mikich

“Not Just Any Flower — Native Plants of El Dorado County (Underfoot3)” is the third installment of an ongoing series of photographs on the native flora of El Dorado County by photographer and El Dorado Chapter California Native Plant Society board member Tripp Mikich.

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