San Diego ~ Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

 Still at Torrey Pines, again if you knows the names of the flowers we would appreciate your helps identifying them.

 Mommy enjoyed sitting here. Maybe Daddy can build something like this one day to lounge on.

Flower A


Torrey Pine

Flower B


Mustard


Mustard

Flower D

Flower E


 
Isn't this view pawsome. Mommy and Daddy hiked several of the trails at Torrey Pines and saw lots of pretty flowers and magnificent views.

Flower F


Flower G

Mommy thought it was neat how this tree made an arch.




Flower H






Flower I

Flower J


Mommy posted more pictures of Torry Pines at her blog Alasandra's Place.

11 comments:

  1. What beautiful pics! Sorry, our Mommy wasn't any help on identifying flowers. They don't look like any we haf here in SE Oklahoma.

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  2. What spectacular views! I'd hate to leave, I think. Great spot to hike!

    -Kim

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  3. That is a very pretty place and would sure make a great backyard!

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  4. What a stunning place and what beautiful wild flowers!! Yay! Take care
    x

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  5. Very nice place to visit. Do you know Bart and Ruby from Rottrover or Mable from Creekhiker's Folly? They might know some of those flowers.

    Enjoy the rest of your visit.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  6. Torrey Pines is one of mom's favorite places on earth!! SO beautiful. Butt she's not much of a botanist. The yellow ones are mustard. That's all she knows. The other ones are "pretty". Sheesh. Useless.

    -Bart and Ruby

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  7. Don't know what the flowers are but they're awfully pretty.

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  8. Quite lovely. And will there be a follow up when someone identifies those flowers? Oh our computer Flower H and Flower I seemed very similar--were they different or was one just dying back?

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  9. We asked Mommy and she said they were very different. She wishes she could have gotten better pictures so they would have been easier to identify. A and I are possibly the same. Although I had yellow centers. H was more like a clover.

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  10. Looks a wonderful place - sorry can't help with the flowers, as I live in England and we have different plants here.

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