A Photographic Tour of the Botany of the Lexington Basin

Photographs by Simon Quellen Field


Canyon Maple growing on the east shore of Lexington Reservoir.
California Buckeye on Montevina Road. Ground Iris growing along Montevina Road.


Mariposa Lily growing on the east shore of Lexington Reservoir.
Morning Glory growing on the east shore of Lexington Reservoir. Fairy Lantern growing on the shore of Lexington Reservoir.


Yerba Santa growing at the Birdfarm.
Chamise growing along Montevina Road. Spanish Broom along Montevina Road.


Mustard growing at the Birdfarm.
Matilija Poppies growing near Los Gatos Creek. Indian Paintbrush along Montevina Road.


Bush Monkey Flower growing at the Birdfarm.
Wild blackberries growing at the Birdfarm. A wasp pollinates a Common Dandelion at the Birdfarm.

California poppies growing at the Birdfarm. Filaree growing at the Birdfarm. California Dandelion growing at the Birdfarm.

Blue Elderberry growing at the top of Montevina Road. Poison Oak growing at the Birdfarm. Milk Thistle growing by Lexington Reservoir.

Wild Cucumber growing at the Birdfarm. Wild Hyacinth growing at the Birdfarm. Bermuda Buttercup growing at the Birdfarm.

Scarlet Pimpernel growing at the Birdfarm. Tassel Hyacinth growing at the Birdfarm. Spring Vetch growing at the Birdfarm.

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