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827Re: [AZ] California wild azaleas

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  • Lisa Naugle
    Jul 2, 2004
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      Also thanks to Mike and Bob for their references. I really
      appreciate all the information on this list ;)

      --Lisa

      >I have heard that Cunningham Marsh near Sebastopol,
      >California has a good population of Rh. occidentale.
      >Mike Creel, Zone 8A, South Carolina
      >--- Lisa Naugle <lnaugle@...> wrote:
      >> Thanks, Ed. I really appreciate hearing about your
      >> trip and seeing
      >> the photos. Actually whenever someone sends a photo
      >> I'm delighted to
      >> see such beauty.
      >>
      >> Anyone know of "great" trips for wild flowers in the
      >> Southern California area?
      >>
      >> Best,
      >> Lisa Naugle
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >> >You all missed a *great* trip to Copper Bald,
      >> Forrest Service Road
      >> >711 and the Blue Ridge Parkway on Wednesday. Rob
      >> Eisenberg,Tim
      >> >Towner and I left here at 7:00A.M. and arrived at
      >> FSR 711 at
      >> >9:00A.M. and then continued to Burningtown Gap. It
      >> was raining the
      >> >entire trip until we were within 2 miles of the
      >> Appalachian Trail at
      >> >Burningtown Gap when the rain stopped. While the
      >> bloom time this
      >> >year seems to be about two weeks early, and most
      >> plants out of
      >> >bloom, there were still plants just starting to
      >> open. Most were R.
      >> >arborescens,
      >> >R. cumberlandense and hybrids of the same. We left
      >> Copper and went onto
      >> >FSR 711, one of the richest sites I know of for
      >> wild flowers and
      >> >then onto the BRPKY. I have attached one picture of
      >> a wild flower
      >> >and one of an azalea to
      >> >show you what you are missing.
      >> >
      >> >Ed Collins
      >> >Hendersonville NC Zone 7
      >> >
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