WILDFLOWERS IN BLOOM
 

Don't Miss Wildflower Season on Catalina Island!

Wildflower season on Catalina is generally during the months of February to May. Of course, Mother Nature has a say in this, but those are often the best times to explore wildflowers in bloom here.

If you like plants, in bloom or not, you'll find Catalina a wonderful adventure. The Island, just off the coast from Long Beach in Southern California, is one of only a few mediterranean regions in the world. There's a rich and abundant plant life here to explore, including some rare endemic species.

The best way to explore the plant life on Catalina is by scheduling a naturalist guided open-air Jeep Eco Tour. 

SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR NOW!
Call (310) 510-2595 ext. 108


Take a peek at last year's blooms! Click here.

LINKS TO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Conservancy Plant Ecologist photographing the extremely rare native ocean spray
Shooting star, Dodecatheon clevelandii ssp. insulare, is commonly found across the island during wildflower season. Photo by A. Catalano.


An island endemic, Catalina bush mallow flowers from March through April eachyear. Photo by D. Knapp.

 

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