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Old 04-06-2013, 10:12 PM
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Default Regional Parks Botanic Garden

Many more flowers are in bloom since I last visited. I especially focused on a number of species of Calochortus, Trillium and Fritillaria. Other species I especially noticed were alliums, lewisias, lupines, delphiniums, dogwoods, erythroniums and poppies. To see photos:

April 20 is the annual California native plants sale at the garden:
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