Clarkia amoena ssp. lindleyi

Farewell to Spring is so called because it is one of the last conspicuous native wildflowers to bloom before the onset of summer drought. And bloom it does ¬†all the way to late August. Its seen in mass populations waving above the already sear grass on hillsides that dot the valley. Little water is needed … Continue reading Clarkia amoena ssp. lindleyi