#48 – Peridot Mesa is looking good early and should have a nice showing in the next few weeks.
  
#53 – Catalina State Park is showing small patches of poppies along the road to the Equestrian Center and above the Southerland Wash.
#51 – Picacho Peak State Park: One of the more promising poppy bloom along the Barrett and Anza Loops. Flowers are small now but look to explode after this week.
#58 – Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum wildflower areas are just starting to show.
#50 – Pinal Parkway has ok roadside blooms but will be great year for cactus in a month.
#57 – Saguaro National Park is still a ways off but will have a good cactus and tree bloom this year.
#54 – Tohona Chul Park has some nice flowers and looks to get better in the coming weeks. 
#23 – Cabeza Prieta. has large amounts of Sahara Mustered covering the dunes but it is showing some wildflowers.

3 Responses to “Arizona Wildflower Field Report: March 1st, 2017”

  1. Peridot mesa is looking great as of last weekend. Permits are no longer sold at Bashas or the casino convenience store. I would pickup your permit at the last Circle K leaving Globe heading east.

  2. I’m new to this but I was wondering if anyone could help me. I want to visit the sunflower fields but i’m not sure when is a good time to go out there?

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