Monday, November 8, 2010

Road Trip – Kernville Natives

These images were captured above Kernville in Tulare County along the Kern River.

What are these plants?

DSC_2101_5322 A


DSC_2103_5324 B


DSC_2105_5326 C




DSC_2109_5330 E


DSC_2111_5332 F




DSC_2113_5334 H




I don’t have the answers - just the pictures.  If you know what these plants are please let me know.  If you don’t, enjoy the images of native Kern River plants.


Hocking Hills Gardener said...

What gorgeous images of some beautiful textures and colors. Wonderful Maybelline!

Greg Damitz said...

A is a Cockleburr. I see plenty of them in the seasonal marshes in the Sacramento Valley.

Sweet Homestead Alabama said...

I am absolutely no help here... but I did enjoy seeing all the interesting plant species! You have a very different landscape out there than we have here.

Anonymous said...

G and H are both buckwheats, but I have no clue which of the many native varieties they might be.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I wish I could help..nothing is familiar to me..I guess California is a long way from Minnesota! They are lovely photos. :)

Maureen said...

Not a clue...but the photos are great!

Aunt Snow said...

G and H are probably buckwheat.

C may be Yucca whippeli, or Our Lord's Candle.

I love the green of E - some kind of lichen, but not sure what kind.