One of several examples of plants showing both fruit and flowers simultaneously. Not sure if that's related to the fire or the late rains.
The growth of this stuff in the burn area is amazing. I'd never seen it on the mountain before, but I've heard there are usually a few plants around. Now there are... lots, many in bud, many more just leafing out. I wonder how many years they'll stick around in these numbers?
In grassland among oaks, near campsite.
Ab it like the weird one I found at Pinnacles, but green and without the abdomenal humps.
I'd forgotten the name of this, and I'm pretty sure we were looking right at this when Tammy asked if there was any Chorizanthe up here and I said no.
There's more of this in bloom along the Mary Bowerman trail right now than I've ever seen anywhere.
A bunch of these were just about to flower. This coming weekend might be pretty great for them.
I was hoping this was L. parviflorum but I guess not.
Love the bright yellow-green fruit.
Seems to be doing well for itself in the burn. This was the only one I saw in flower, but lots of growth.