Growing next to T.bifidum .
I did not look for seeds , so it will be difficult to get it to species . I doubt if the seeds were fully formed as it looked like it just started blooming .
This looks like an everlasting but I do not recognize it .
This is either T.nodosa or T.arvensis . I will look this up later . Non-native .
This is growing in clay soil , not rock . Also , lack of pink spot in the upper part of the petals indicates Calochortus argillosus locally . Only two plants noted at this location .
The majority were burned up .
This genus is difficult and I haven`t studied it since this species was split off from Stachys ajugoides .
The only one I have seen along this trail .
Note the long peduncle .
Non-native . I have forgotten which one this is , perhaps Trifolium tomentosum ?
Non-native . Or is this Lotus tenuis ?
Trifolium fragiferum perhaps ? Non-native .
Most were in fruit .
Growing in a narrow but deep gully .
Leaves leathery , some were convex , and white hairs along some of the veins .
Most were not in bloom .
Referring to the large leaves .