From past files . A form found on serpentine soil .
Believe this picture was taken in April 2003, but date is approximate.
These Collinsia were seen in bloom on a steep chaparral slope near the Vista Trail.
Collinsia sparsiflora is a flowering plant in the Plantaginaceae known by the common names spinster's blue-eyed Mary and few-flowered collinsia. One variety of the species is native to the West Coast of the United States as far north as Washington, while the other three varieties are limited to California alone.