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Get A Glimpse of the California Super Bloom at the Fullerton Arboretum

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FULLERTON, Calif. - March 14, 2019 - eTradeWire -- It's a great year to see the Super Bloom of wildflowers in Southern California! There's no need to venture out to the desert to see the flowers! Stop by the Fullerton Arboretum and check out their California native meadow.

The Arboretum is also offering a wildflower guide to help guests identify the different flowers that are just now starting to bloom! Pick up your guide at the Arboretum's Nature Center.

Arboretum Flowers Blooming This Spring:

●     California poppies

●     Purple Chinese houses

●     Lacy phacelia

●     Blue thimble flower

●     Baby blue eyes

●     Fivespot

●     Succulent lupine

●     Sky lupine

●     Chick lupine

●     Hummingbird sage

●     Ruby chalice

●     Goldenstar

●     California buttercup

●     Wavy-leafed soap plant

●     Western blue-eyed grass

●     Sticky cinquefoil

●     Blue dicks

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●     Douglas iris

●     California aster

●     Yarrow

●     Poached egg flower/common meadowfoam

●     Bird's eyes

●     Yellowray goldfields

●     Punchbowl godetia

●     Coastal or common tidytips

The Fullerton Arboretum is open 7 days a week and entry is free with a requested donation of $5 per person. Stop by between 8:00 AM-4:30 PM to see the meadows in bloom.

Interested in supporting the Arboretum? Become a Member and get early or discounted admission to events and classes as well as a 10% discount on all plant purchases. You can also visit 250 arboreta, gardens, and conservatories nationwide. Membership starts at just $49 a year,

Parking at the Arboretum is free and additional parking is available in the California State University Fullerton Lot G for $8 on weekdays and free on weekends. For more information about the Arboretum and its botanical collections visit www.fullertonarboretum.org

All donations support plant conservation, environmental education programs, and the diverse gardens of the Fullerton Arboretum.

Source: Fullerton Arboretum
Filed Under: Environment

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