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“How are you Mariposa Lily?” (reblogged from the “Califlora” blog)

July 22, 2015

I just came across this lovely blog by another Orange County native plant lover . . . and I was so excited to find my poem (which appears in the introduction to most-excellent botany guide “Wildflowers of Orange County and the Santa Ana Mountains“) republished here:  “How are you Mariposa Lily?” (a line from my poem . . . it feels so “official” to be quoted!) is the title of the blog post about these beautiful flowers.

Happy flower-filled trails!

Stunning (and rare!) intermediate mariposa lilies are a-bloom at the top of Barham Ridge.

Stunning (and rare!) intermediate mariposa lilies in May bloom at the top of Barham Ridge (between Irvine Park and Santiago Oaks).

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