W9JIM - Jim Doss

W9JIM - Jim Doss

Posted on 02/11/2017

Photo taken on March  3, 2016

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Dune Flowers

Dune Flowers
The little white flowers (a Primrose?) were thick and you couldn't avoid them. Whenever you brushed up against one, they off loaded little puffs of pollen.

Tim Hanko, Pam J have particularly liked this photo

Pam J
Pam J
Very difficult to see the white flowers properly in this pic... I think the yellow is Brittlebush ?
21 months ago.
W9JIM - Jim Doss has replied to Pam J
Yes, it's hard to see them. And I didn't get a photo, either. I believe the yellow flower is a Desert Sunflower Geraea canescens- so very common in the park.
21 months ago.
Ron Hanko
Ron Hanko
Hope to see some of these in a few weeks, but perhaps the wildflower season will be later this year. Lovely photo.
21 months ago.
W9JIM - Jim Doss has replied to Ron Hanko
You can almost always see lots af flowers around Ashford Mill ruins and along Greenwater Road.
21 months ago.