Midland School Lover’s Loop, 28 Feb 2015


Amaryllidaceae
Allium haematochiton
Red-Skinned Onion

February

Asparagaceae
Dichelostemma capitatum
blue dicks

JanJuly

Liliaceae
Fritillaria biflora
Chocolate Lily

FebMar

Melanthiaceae
Toxicoscordion fremontii
Star Lily

FebJuly

Apiaceae
Sanicula arguta
Sharp-Toothed Sanicle

FebMay
Sanicula crassicaulis
Pacific Sanicle

FebMay
Sanicula tuberosa
Tuberous Sanicle

February
Lomatium utriculatum
Hog Fennel

FebMay

Asteraceae
Baccharis salicifolia
Mulefat

JulyMay
?Lasthenia gracilis
Common Goldfields

FebApr
Rafinesquia californica
California Chickory

FebJuly

Rubiaceae
Galium porrigens
graceful bedstraw

FebAug

Lamiaceae
Salvia spathacea
hummingbirdsage

NovJuly

Plantaginaceae
Collinsia heterophylla
Chinese Houses

FebJuly
Plantago erecta
Foothill Plantain

FebJune

Solanaceae
Solanum douglasii
white nightshade

All year

Boraginaceae
Amsinckia menziesii
common Fiddleneck

FebJune
Cryptantha sp.
popcornflower

JanAug
Phacelia tanacetifolia
Tansy Phacelia

February
Pholistoma auritum
fiesta flower

JanJune

Primulaceae
Dodecatheon clevelandii
Shooting Star

JanMay

Grossulariaceae
Ribes speciosum
Fuchsia-flowered gooseberry

DecApr

Saxifragaceae
Lithophragma cymbalaria
Mission Star

FebMay
Micranthes californica
California Saxifrage

FebMay

Montiaceae
Calandrinia ciliata
Red-maids

JanMay
Claytonia perfoliata
miner’s lettuce

JanJune

Brassicaceae
Cardamine californica
milk maids

DecMay
Tropidocarpum gracile
Slender Tropidocarpum

February

Geraniaceae
Erodium cicutarium
Red-stemmed storksbill

DecAug

Fabaceae
Lathyrus vestitus
common pacific pea

SepJune
Lupinus bicolor
miniature lupine

FebJune
Lupinus nanus
sky lupine

FebJune
Lupinus succulentus
arroyo lupine

DecJuly
Acmispon maritimus
Coastal Lotus

JanJuly
Lotus corniculatus
Birdsfoot Trefoil

DecJune
Melilotus indicus
yellow sweet clover

SepJuly

Fagaceae
Quercus douglasii
Blue Oak

February

Rhamnaceae
Ceanothus cuneatus
Buck-brush

JanApr

Violaceae
Viola pedunculata
Johnny jump-up

FebMay

Papaveraceae
Eschscholzia californica
California poppy

DecOct

Ranunculaceae
Ranunculus californicus
California Buttercup

JanMay

41 different species.

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One Response to “Midland School Lover’s Loop, 28 Feb 2015”

  1. taphian Says:

    wonderful flowers, love all of them

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