The best time to catch wildflowers blooming in this region is from late May to July.
Orange tiger lilies Yellow mule’s ears Golden mustard Scarlet gilia Blue lupine Purple wild iris Rosy desert peach
Townsend daisy Limestone aster White and blue lupine Anderson’s larkspur Yellow hawksbeard Coville’s phlox
Blue skullcap Fendler’s meadow-rue Johnny-jump-ups Bush lupine Monkey flowers Globe lilies California poppies Bird’s eyes
This expansive near Oroville attracts wildflower enthusiasts during the blooming season, from early March to mid-May.
Located north of Los Angeles, this reserve has become famous for its rolling hills of poppies. Peak bloom occurs from mid-March to mid-April.
Blooming occurs between mid-February to mid-July, with lower elevations blooming first (if at all), followed by higher elevation flora later.
This 250,000-acre sprawling plain is a wildflower hotspot in the spring. The bloom usually peaks sometime in late March or early April.