Thursday, April 12, 2018

Rubio Canyon -- Little water, few wildflowers

Very short hike on Wednesday, April 11. The lowest waterfalls were essentially dry, so I didn't bother with any pictures. These few wildflowers were on the first trail that leaves the "main" Pleasant Ridge trail and heads up the ridge. Just took that detour on the way back because I hadn't gotten enough walking in on the main trail to the waterfalls.
Other than wild mustard, this was about it. The first shot is of some pearly everlasting. The seond is of something white, possible popcorn flower.
The third and fourth are of lupine. But these flowers were sparser and more purple than other lupine I've seen this season. Their leaves were also much narrower.

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