Hazardia squarrosa

Wildflowers Dicots Eudicots Asterids Asterales Asteraceae Astereae Hazardia

Sawtooth goldenbush

Seen first in Elings Park in early August. All over Jesusita trail in September. Still blooming in October.


2 Responses to “Hazardia squarrosa”

  1. Jaime Ratchford Says:

    Hi, I work for the California Native Plant Society. We are working on an online version of our book A Manual of California Vegetation. We are hoping this online database will have a photo of every vegetation type we have classified and described. I would like to use, with your permission, your photo of Hazardia squarrosa for our database. The last photograph on this post. If you have any questions please contact me at jratchford@cnps.org. thanks for your time,

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