Florists in Antelope, CA
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Aug 17, 2018
Gardening: These plants thrive in the dog days of summer
It is a rare citrus species since it loses its leaves in the winter.
On the plus side, it is extremely hardy and would grow in the Antelope Valley. Fruit is edible but best turned into marmalade since it is highly acidic when fresh. Flying dragon makes an outstanding living fence with its impenetrable thorns.
Apr 20, 2018
A super bloom it's not, but wildflowers are popping up in Southern California
Algiers said.Winter months started off warm and dry and then came a cold spell and some frost — not good for blooms.In the Antelope Valley, the poppy reserve posted a message on its website saying some buds were making an appearance. In a couple of weeks, the popular spot might see a small to moderate bloom.Rainfall in Ventura County sits around half of normal. It’s too soon to say whether it’s too little too late.“I think it’s unlik...May 7, 2017
Where to catch a last glimpse of this year's wildflower bloom on the Palos Verdes Peninsula
Catalina Island.” More visitors have walked the trails this season, but the area was spared the throngs of people that flocked to areas like the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve or Riverside’s Diamond Valley Lake, where officials closed off a section of a popular trail to prevent the further trampling of blooms. Advertisement“We haven’t had the huge social media issue that the desert has had bringing droves and droves of people to trample through the hills,” Mohan said.• Related Story:These are the best wildflower spots in Southern CaliforniaEven without the social media buzz attracting hoards of flower enthusiasts looking for an Instagram-perfect shot, conservancy staff and volunteers noticed some of the same issues that cropped up in more popular wildflower hot spots. “We definitely had incidents of people coming to pick flowers or, when walking, picking flowers, which is certainly incredibly disappointing and damaging to the preserves,” said Andrea Vona, the conservancy’s executive director. She added that although the conservancy didn’t have the same magnitude of problems as locations elsewhere, any damage can make a lasting impression on the surrounding habitat. The conservancy also offers nature walks and demonstrations. More information and a schedule of events can be found at pvplc.org. (The Daily Breeze)Apr 27, 2017
Ventura County super bloom: 'Get out there soon'
Island.In San Diego County, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park has a wildflower hotline set up for people to call; and huge crowds have converged on the Antelope Valley Poppy Preserve in Lancaster.Locally, more visitors have caused fewer issues, since the bloom isn’t hyper-focused on any one location.“Here it is interspersed throughout the whole Santa Monica Mountains,” said Craig Sap, superintendent for the Angeles district of California State Parks.He was in Point Mugu and Leo Carrillo state parks over the past week, finding chocolate lilies, poppies, lupines and blue dicks in bloom.As far as the variety of wildflowers, this is the best Sap has seen in recent years.“Right now, we're at the perfect moment for giant coreopsis,” he said of the bright yellow flowering plant that favors some of the steep hillsides near the coast.See more:Ani Yeremian, a native Southern Californian, recently hiked in the Lake Elsinore area in Riverside County, “which was beautiful.”“But it feels like it’s more here,” she said, standing at the foot of the Ray Miller Trail in Point Mugu State Park.That could be because of a fire that tore through the parkland four years ago.In May 2013, the Springs Fire swept over the canyons, leaving little but scorched ground in its wake.“The kind of bloom that you’re seeing right now we generally see the year after a fire,” Algiers said.While some flowers bloomed earlier, the drought delayed much of the response. “So several years later, you’re seeing a bloom that you would expect to see the year after a fire,” Algiers said.“It’s pretty amazing,” he said, looking up at the tall golden hill behind him.img itemprop="url" src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/5fc7b97f74d2745ccd915a3239b184e6e5710cd8/c=454-0-3802-2517&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2017/03/30/Camarillo/Camarillo/636264356864486059-Wildflowers-in-bloom-3.jpg" alt="Joseph Algiers, restoration ecologist with the Santa" width="540" height="405" data-mycapture-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/media/2017/03/30/Camarillo/Camarillo/636264356864486059-Wildflowers-in-bloom-3.jpg" data-mycapture-sm-src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/... (Ventura County Star)Apr 7, 2017
In search of wildflowers? Chances are there's some great craft beer nearby
The Antelope Valley Poppy PreserveThe Antelope Valley Poppy Preserve is a popular flower-finding destination, and the twin cities of Palmdale and Lancaster near the preserve are flourishing with craft breweries. Two early entrants into L.A.’s craft beer scene are in Lancaster. The Kinetic brewpub offers pub food alongside its celebrated beers and a lineup of taps from other breweries. And Bravery Brewing has a deep lineup of house beers from IPAs to Belgian-styles to rich and malty dark brews (as well as some bottles to go). In Palmdale, Lucky Luke Brewing and neighboring Transplants Brewing serve a range of styles as diverse as the colorful blooms. Try the guava-infused IPA El Mas Guapo from Transplants or the Impresario IPA from Lucky Luke.Kinetic Brewing Co., 735 W Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster, (661) 942-2337, kineticbrewing.com. Bravery Brewing, 42705 W. 8th St., Lancaster, (661) 351-4677, braverybrewing.com. Lucky Luke Brewing Co., 610 W. Ave. O #104, Palmdale, (661) 270-5588, luckylukebrewing.com. Transplants Brewing Co., 40242 La Quinta Lane Unit 101, Palmdale (661) 266-7911, transplantsbrewing.com. Anzo Borrego Desert State ParkLike the Poppy Preserve, Anzo Borrego Desert... (Los Angeles Times)Apr 7, 2017
Big wildflower bloom expected in Bay Area parks as spring sunshine arrives
Super Bloom” that filled Facebook, Instagram and Twitter from Anza Borrego, Joshua Tree, Antelope Valley and other Southern California desert parks, but also because the drought has Northern Californians longing for the vibrant spring displays.Wildflowers boom in the Middle Ridge Open Space in Tiburon on March 16, 2017. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) “Last I heard, we were at 25 or 26 inches for rainfall this winter,” said Duke Heberling, supervising ranger at Pacheco State Park east of Gilroy. “Our annual average is about 8 inches. We’re still very green out here.”Pacheco State Park, which hosted a wildflower day Saturday, has been barren and dry for most months back to 2012 — an arid landscape surrounding much of San Luis Reservoir. But as the reservoir filled up this winter — from 10 percent last August to 100 percent today — the hills have bloomed.“We had a pretty good year last year, and this year seems to be better,” Heberling said. “There’s a huge variety. There’s like an 80-acre field of yellow mustard. It’s just amazing.”Cindy Roessler, a biologist with the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, said some of the best places in the Peninsula and South Bay for wildflowers in the coming weeks will be the Woods Trail at Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve near Los Gatos, Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve along Skyline Boulevard and Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve in the hills of Redwood City.John Henderson and his wife, Rose, with camera in tow, were out at Edgewood last week, looking for the elusive purple mouse ears, a distinctive lilac-colored plant found in serpentine soils of California and Oregon.“It’s not a large bloom yet,” he said. “They’re just starting. But it’s a good year to be hopeful.”img class="lazyautosizes lazyload" src="https://i2.wp.com/www.mercurynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/sjm-wildflowers-0331-07.jpg?w=620&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px" alt="Blue larkspurs bloom on Old Stage Road at Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve in Redwood City, Calif., on Tuesday, March 28,... (The Mercury News)