We spotted some Blue Bush Lupine (Lupinus arboreus) on the sand dunes along the southern part of Ocean Beach in San Francisco.
Above you can see the Blue Bush Lupine in the middle, some wild Beach Strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis) with smooth glossy green leaves just below, and to the right is some of that invasive iceplant with the purplish pink flowers.
Here is a plant (above) that I could not identify. If you click on the pic, it gets super big as with most of our pics. Anybody have any thoughts what this flowering plant is?
– Far Out Flora
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