The Apache Trail has roadside, poppy, lupine, creamcup, Rock Echeveria, penstemon, and brittle bush but no carpets of flowers. The strawberry hedgehog is starting. Tonto National Monument is poor for flowers but there are carpets of Goldfield flowers just past on the right FR 83 & J Bar road. they are burning off but with a rain this weekend may come back. Chances are if areas that were blooming like Silver King and Peridot get rain we could see a second bloom in a few weeks.

Rock Echeveria

Cream Cups

Roosevelt Lake, Gold field

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