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Camissonia lacustris
Camissonia lacustris
Photographer: Ryan O'Dell

ID: 0000 0000 0321 2861 (2021-03-23)

Copyright © 2021 Ryan O'Dell

  • date of photo  Mar 23, 2021
  • latitude 39.00684   longitude -122.90979     View on Google Maps.
  • this photo depicts a plant that was cultivated or collected in the wild
  • photo location   Hollister, CA
  • plant's place of origin   Horticulturally-grown specimen. Hollister, CA. San Benito County. Seeds collected from Ackley Cutoff Rd, Lakeport, CA. Lake County (Lake County, California, US) (Lake County, California, US)
  • notes   Horticulturally-grown in potting soil. Grown at Hollister, CA. Nov 2020 - Apr 2021. Hollister, CA has a very similar climate as Lakeport, CA - Koppen climate Csa hot summer Mediterranean. Peak flowering for the 30 plants grown was at mid March. Earliest flowering for individuals in natural populations (field conditions) is early March. Peak flowering is late March. Flowering ends in April. Fruits are mature and the individuals are senesced by mid to late May.
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

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