A single flowering individual growing along the artificial slough at the eastern side of Corte Madera Town Park, growing with Distichlis spicata and Frankenia salina.
Nearly as abundant as youth soccer players at this park.
Within the hedgerow separating Corte Madera Town Park and Park Madera Shopping Center.
Small patch along the eastern side of an artificial slough in Corte Madera Town Park, just south of the foot bridge.
Lining both sides of an artificial slough on the eastern side of Corte Madera Town Park.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation parking lot
Mating on my house.
Eating ice plants and bind weed flowers
New to species list: plant migration in response to climate change, or escapees from a native plant garden?
Evidence of herbivory or mowing on flowering stalks.
Heads in umbel-like arrangement; leaves nearly linear, grey-fuzzy, with margins rolled under.