A few of our favorite little gems that pop up under the tall trees
Wildflower season is one of the best times to experiences California’s great outdoors.
If it’s spring, it’s wildflower season.
With all the public health restrictions in place right now, few of us are able to get out and experience the explosive color that typically draw millions to our outdoor spaces in a normal year. But, trust me, even though we’re not out there to see them, the wildflowers are doing their thing as you read this.
As a reminder of what we’re missing, we asked a few of our conservation staff members to name their favorite wildflowers that they encounter in the coast redwood and giant sequoia forests.
José González, League councilor and founder of Latino Outdoors, put together this great playlist. “This playlist is about connection to the redwoods, over the arc of a day. It’s about the love of redwoods, and I imagined parts of it being a drive along the California coast on a ride to the redwoods,” he explained.