This site is dedicated to helping you find and learn about wildflowers in the United States of America. These areas are a great place to visit with the family and provide ample opportunities for recreation and photographs. Click on a state below to learn more about their wildliflower areas. Follow us on our blog at: http://cwildflowers.blogspot.com/
Help track the blooms by posting your reports on our Facebook page. Thanks and enjoy!
Welcome to Cwildflowers.com! This site is dedicated to helping you find the best wildflower viewing in the U.S. This is the California page. Enjoy!
Want to learn about the Fairs and Festivals in CA? Visit Californiafairsandfestivals.com
Wildflowers in Bloom in California
Table Mtn. in Northern California
CA Dept. of Fish and Game Viewing Areas in Central California
CA DFG FAQ page
CA DFG link to wildflower outings
2012 Vernal Pool outings with the Nature Conservancy
Jepson Prarie Preserve info from UCD
or guided walks
Viewing areas of CA in the US Forest Service Domain
Annual Wildflower show at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, CA
The Wildflower Hotline reports on flower activity from March through May-- theodorepayne.org/hotline.htm
Nature Alley by Nature Ali reports on wildflowers found in Kern County and south -- natureali.org/wildflowers.htm
Total Escape lists towns with wildflowers viewing nearby and hikes that highlight wildflowers-- totalescape
US Dept. of Interior BLM website lists areas of California that are controlled by the BLM and contain wildflowers-- BLM
More links to California Wildflowers
From IBM's Almaden Research Center-- Almaden Wildflowers
Google Map coming soon
Photo Tips for wildflowers
Wildflower Photograpy Tips from Wildthingsphoto.com
Free eBook from Photonaturalist.net
See Wildflowers in your state
Can't find it? Use the Google search tool below
Capturing memories hints: Take pictures, lots of pictures. Digital is the way to go and pack your macro lens.
More helpful tips: Respect the property owner's rights. We capture most of our pictures from the car, or from a place where we can be safely off the road. We have never trespassed to view wildflowers and hope you adhere to this principle too.