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Old 05-15-2018, 02:21 PM
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Default Yosemite Wildflowers

I just spent four days at Yosemite for a wedding. Between events I managed to do some wildflower exploring. Most flowers are between 4000 and 6000 feet Dogwoods are in bloom in many parts of the park. They are just past peak at the lower elevations but still coming out at higher ones. The most species were seen at the Wawona Loop Trail. There are also a good number of species including Calochortus minimus. There is a fair amount of Blue Lupines on highway 120 and highway 41 in the park. There were also several patches of the colorful Harlequin Lupine between Cinquapin and the Valley on Highway 41. Crane Flat had very little as it was too early there.
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