RedWordle #4 – Flora


Lupine is a wildflower found in redwood forests. Photo by Max Forster.
Lupine is another common flowering plant, and always a joy to see, like here in the Bald Hills of Redwood National Park. Photo by Max Forster.
Protecting the coast redwood forests isn’t only about protecting majestic trees – it’s also about safeguarding diverse flora that relies on the forest ecosystem. From delicate trillium to white bark raspberries to lush native ferns to lupine-covered hillsides, the coast redwoods overflow with rare and beautiful communities of flora.
Take a peek at some of our favorite wildflowers over on the blog.


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