Blue and purple lupines blanket the hills surrounding Folsom Lake in Spring. Flowers have begun to emerge along the Beeks Bight trail, and more will likely pop up throughout April!
This Lake Tahoe beach is well-known for the dense fields of lupines and wildflowers that sprout up along the shore. The lupines typically bloom in mid-April, but they may arrive earlier this year!
Past Santa Margarita in eastern San Luis Obispo County, there are small backroads lined with fields full of wildflowers. Turn off on Shell Creek Road, and then continue on to Bitterwater Road further down Highway 58.
According to the Theodore Payne Wildflower Hotline, wildflowers are currently blooming in the park. As of March 25, you can see silver bush lupine, as well as poppies, and many other annual species.