Series 3
Flowers in Late Winter - Early Spring
Riverside, CA


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01hibiscus_siriacus06262w
Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus siriacus
02mimulus_aurantiacus10918w
Red Monkey Flower, Mimulus aurantiacus
03erodium9497w
Red-stem Filaree, Erodium cicutarium
04bauhinia_blakeana06278w
Red Orchid Tree Flower, Bauhinia blakeana
05bauhinia_blakeana05156aw
Orchid Trees become very large if not pruned
06lupinus_succulentus06303w
Arroyo Lupine, Lupinus succulentus
07phacelia9374awSharp
Common Phacelia, Phacelia distans
08amsinckia_menziesii10843w
Fiddleneck, Amsinckia menziesii. The common name refers to the fiddle or violin shape of the stem.
09a-amsinckia_menziesii10960aw
Close up of Fiddleneck
09b-amsinckia_menziesii10827w
Fiddleneck plants
10lamium_amplexicaule10980w
Henbit, Lamium amplexicaule
11lamium_amplexicaule10895w1600
Closeup of Henbit
12allium_haematochiton10924w
Red-skin Onion Flowers, Allium haematochiton
13uid10805w
Chaparral Gilia, Gilia angelensis
14strelitzia9051aw
Common Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia reginae
15eschscholzia06169aw
California Golden Poppy, Eschscholzia californica
16house-houghton10941bw
Species of Elm Tree, genus Ulmus, maybe a hybrid between American and Dutch Elms


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