Spring means Wildflower Season!
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In the months of February, March and April (and even May!), the wildflowers bloom all over the park - Every week brings a different variety of flowers. While it seems like there is not much diversity in the park vegetation, the park botanists have actually documented over seven hundred species of plants in the park - many of those are of the flowering type. In January we had some snowfall in the park - which is a good sign for wildflower season.
available classes and workshops listed below
Weekend Wildflower Tour
Explore the ever-changing desert in Joshua Tree
Offered by Joshua Tree Workshops
Weekend Tours Include B&B lodging in Joshua Tree
Our guides know the best spots for viewing wildflowers in the park. Wildflowers are constantly changing, so it varies from week to week. Weekends are best Fri-Sun, but you can schedule a guide for any day of the week.
IPhone or Camera? Your iPhone camera can take amazing photos - It gets in close + flash + HDR and you can get great shots. If you are shooting with a DLSR, any lens will do - WIDE, NORMAL or even ZOOM. If you have a CLOSE-UP (/MACRO) Lens, even better. (Hint: About half of the photos below where shot with an iPhone 6.)
Wildflowers of Joshua Tree
Film courtesy of Joshua Tree Workshops