Pollinate me

Posted on | August 7, 2009 | No Comments

California fuchsia photographed on the Bear Creek Trail in the Angeles National Forest. Photo: Ann Berkley. Click on the trumpet flower to be taken to the US Forest Service "Celebrating Wildflowers" page.

California fuchsia photographed on the Bear Creek Trail in the Angeles National Forest. Photo: Ann Berkley. Click on the trumpet flower to be taken to the US Forest Service "Celebrating Wildflowers" page.

SOMEHOW during the hot, long days of summer, our native flora punctuates the dry season with flashes of color. Horticulturists speculate that the reason is sex …

Click here for the latest Los Angeles Times Dry Garden column on late summer bloomers, the queen of which is indisputably the California fuchsia, pictured left.

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