Rocky edge of a creek .
In full bloom.
This lovely white wildflower, Boykinia elata, forming sprays of soft flowers, was growing profusely along the road on our way down the mountain. I'd never seen it before.
Stony bank of creek .
At confluence of redwood creek and fern creek on far side with Lilium pardalinum
Seen growing in a rocky area not far from King Ridge Road.
For directions see the top entry of the day.
A perennial saxifrage I'd never seen before. Distinctive heart-shaped leaves with deep pointy lobes and jagged margins, the leaves getting smaller as they go up the flower stems. Following Pojar's description, I could pick out with my hand lens the brown bristles like loose threads at the stipules, as well as the red glandular hairs of the flower stems. Flowers white, 5 petals, grouped near the top of the stems. Associated with deer fern, goatsbeard, vanilla leaf, devil's club.