Man, I can't remember what these are called.
There was a ton of blue eyed grass a very impressive stand of wild flowers.
There is an old homestead near this observation. My best guess is that it was planted by the old residents. Of course non-native to California.
Found growing under Quercus agrifolia. When cut produced a milky latex.
Found growing in the shaded oak and bay woodland.
Found growing under Q. agrifolia. I've never seen one of these before so I am a bit loss to what it is exactly.
Observed growing on a steep hillside in association with Mimulus aurantiacus, Artemisia californica , Baccharis pilularis,Quercus agrifolia, and lots of Poison oak.
Found growing under Quercus agrifolia. Had not produce any flower yet, so I'm uncertain to which species of Corallorhiza.