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Wildflower Walk at Rancho San Vicente
We had a perfect day for a Spring Wildflower Hike at Ranch San Vicente, a former 966-acre rancho, is a new part of Calero County Park that just opened in April. The parkâ€™s serpentine rocks (the state rock of California) produce calcium-rich soil that create stunning displays of yellow, orange, blue, purple and red native wildflowers such as shooting stars, elegant brodiaea, owlâ€™s clover, cream cups, red maids, sky lupines, golden yarrow, bluedicks and more. Our hike was led by a wildflower expert.