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April 7, 2008: Wildflowers of the Central Valley

By | April 06, 2008 | Video

Naturalist James Warner talks with The Collegian about some of the different springtime wildflowers that can be seen near Fresno.

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2 Responses to April 7, 2008: Wildflowers of the Central Valley

  1. NoDog says:

    Re: California Poppy. I tried to grow that flower here from seed several times and it always failed, just like the columbine, state flower of Colorado. Soil, sun, climate, just not right.

    I guess that’s why they are the flowers of states other than mine :-)

  2. NoDog says:

    Re: California Poppy. I tried to grow that flower here from seed several times and it always failed, just like the columbine, state flower of Colorado. Soil, sun, climate, just not right.

    I guess that’s why they are the flowers of states other than mine :-)

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