Parish’s Poppy

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Unlike the California Gold Poppy, the Parish’s Poppy is much smaller and grows in the Anza Borrego desert region of Southern Californina. It is fun to find these tiny golden wildflowers tucked among the boulders, or hidden in sandy washes. The desert is coming alive with yellow colored wildflowers during the peak of the bloom. My daily hikes in the field are a joyous event.

More tomorrow,

Gail Niebrugge, wildflower artist

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