Wildflowering LAPosted March 16th, 2017
Take the bus to see these beautiful Wildflowering LA sites with native California wildflowers in bloom now!
File this under “A Million Reasons Why We Love Living In SoCal”!
Wildflowering L.A. is a native wildflower seed sowing initiative throughout Los Angeles County by artist Fritz Haeg. The flowers are blooming now, and some of the sites are right on Foothill Transit routes! When you visit, share your pictures with us. And make sure to use the hashtags #WildfloweringLA and #FoothillTransit!
Site #17: 1150 W. Grovecenter Street, Covina
BLOOM RATING: EXCELLENT / PEAKING: MID MARCH-EARLY APRIL / MARCH
REPORT: “Peak is happening in the next week to the next month – Birds Eye Gilia are beginning, but no White Yarrow yet..
Line 280; Azusa Ave and Badillo
Site #37: College of Environmental Design, Cal Poly Pomona, 3801 W. Temple Avenue
BLOOM RATING: EXCELLENT / PEAKING: MID-MARCH / MARCH
REPORT: “Early peak due to Pomona Valley heat….”
Site #36: Outback Preserve, Pitzer College, 1050 N. Mills Avenue, Claremont
BLOOM RATING: GOOD / PEAKING: EARLY APRIL / MARCH
REPORT: “Experiencing a little growth….a large amount of invasive mustard..perhaps once we deal with that, our native wildflowers will gain strength!”
Line 292 (weekdays only); Foothill Blvd and Claremont Blvd