An overview of the hillside

This panel shows all of the native wildflower species we have observed on the hillside above our house, together with photos illustrating the hillside habitat.

North hillside

West hillside

Our house

Wishbone bush

California peony

Lemonade berry

California everlasting

Chaparral currant

Chaparral currant

Golden currant

Golden currant

California bluebells

Coffee fern

Mulefat

Mulefat

Wild hyacinth

Poison oak

Poison oak

Wild cucumber

Rattlesnake weed

Fuchsia-flowered gooseberry

Leafy California buckwheat

Black sage

California coffeeberry

Hoaryleaf ceanothus

Strigose lotus

Miniature lupine

Scrub oak

Coast live oak

Telegraphweed

Bitter cress

Skunkbrush

Skunkbrush

Danny's skullcap

California liverwort

Goldenback fern

Ropevine clematis

Ropevine clematis

Douglas's nightshade

California sun cup

Caterpillar phacelia

Common eucrypta

Two color everlasting

Spiny redberry

Spiny redberry

Collar lupine

Collar lupine

Dodder

Cobweb thistle

Chamise

Narrow leaved bedstraw

Southern honeysuckle

Cliff aster

White sage

Morning glory

Popcorn flower

Western nettle

Common muilla

Holly leaf cherry

Blue elderberry

Deerweed

Clustered tarweed

Golden stars

Bush monkey flower

Toyon

Chaparral yucca

Laurel sumac

Sacapellote

Narrow-leaf milkweed

Holly leaf redberry

Birch leaf mountain mahogany

Birch leaf mountain mahogany

Sapphire woolly star

American lotus

California thistle

Twiggy wreath plant

Sawtoothed goldenbush

Coyote brush

California brickellbush

California sagebrush

Common sunflower

Death camas

Spiny redberry

Holly leaf redberry

Plummer's mariposa lily

Narrow leaved bedstraw

Golden yarrow

California primrose

Whispering bells

Scarlet larkspur

California mugwort

Mesa prickly pear

Common fiddleneck

Stinging lupine

Western ragweed

Black cottonwood

California chicory

Showy penstemon

Common Pacific pea

The north hillside

Remains of burned-out house

North hillside

   

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