Arroyo Lupine in bloom at Los Angeles State Historic Park
We are just starting to see patches of purple exploding across the park and the ladybugs seem to have noticed as well. We’re hoping that this spring brings a sea of Arroyo Lupines, much like last year, but we just have to wait and see. In the mean time, if you keep your eyes peeled you can see small patches of them through out LASHP.
The Arroyo Lupine is a member of the pea family!
Here at Los Angeles State Historic Park, the months leading up to spring is a time of color and life. We are just starting to see the rainbow of colors from our state flower the California Poppy, to the delicate white petals of the Desert Tidy Tip. Make sure you stop by soon to see all that the park has to offer.
First bloom of Red Bud
Our state flower, the California Poppy with Arryo Lupine
The delicate Desert Tidy Tip