Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Allium peninsulare var. peninsulare |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||J. D. Olmsted, 436, 1962-5-2|
|Locality||By saddle just N of highest part of Box Spring Mountains. By road from Pigeon Pass.|
|Habitat||Sandy flat. Low elevation chaparral with considerable coastal sage scrub vegetation. Sandy soil from granite of the Southern Californica batholith.|
|Coordinates||33.97360 -117.28810 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Datum||WGS84; ER = 855 m|
|Coordinate source||GoogleMaps via BerkeleyMapper (copied from RSA783431)|
|Notes||Frequent. To 15 inches, flowering scapes. Partial shade or by north side of rocks. early to mid-bloom, flowers pinkish-purple. With Scrophylaria.;|
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