Almaden Quicksilver Wildflowers and Views
Spring 2008, Part 2 Northside: Senador, Guadalupe, Mine Hill, New Almaden Trails

Wildflower pictures taken on the Senador Mine Trail, March 30, April 5, 2008

Fiesta Flowers

Broom (non-native)

Spring Vetch (non-native)

Poppies and Gilias Above the Senador Mine Trail

Purple Vetch (non-native)

California Buttercups

Bird's Eye Gilia

Poppies and Gilias

Poppies and Gilias

Poppies and Gilias

Arroyo Lupines and Poppies

Poppies Above the Junction of the New Almaden and Senador Mine Trails

Seep-Spring Monkeyflowers

Poppies on the hill near the furnaces


Herreschoff Furnace Precipitators with Whitetop (non-native)

The Senador Mine, Guadalupe, and Mine Trails, March 29 and April 5, 2008

Wild mustard (non-native) and the Herreschoff Furnaces

Arroyo Lupines

White Lupines by the Senador Mine Trail

Wild Cucumber

California Buttercups

Poppies On the Senador Mine Trail near the Guadalupe Trail

Poppies and Goldfields


Poppies by the Senador-Guadalupe Trail Junction

Senador-Guadalupe Trail Junction

The Guadalupe Trail and the Sierra Azuls

Newt on the Guadalupe Trail

Buttercups (top) and Blue-Eyed Grass (bottom)


Viewpoint on the Guadalupe Trail

Blue and White Miniature Lupines on the Guadalupe Trail

Purple Sanicle

The Mine Hill Trail Below the New Almaden Trail Junction

Poppies and Rock by the Mine Hill Trail

Sticky Monkeyflower

Wildflowers on the New Almaden Trail March 30 and April 5, 2008

Mule's Ear Sunflowers

California Buttercups

Scarlet Pimpernel (non-native)

Blue Nightshade (Blue Witch)

Hedge Nettle

Poison Oak

Rose Clover (left, non-native) and Owl's Clover (right)

The New Almaden Trail Below the Mine Hill Trail Junction

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Pictures by Ronald Horii, created April 9, 2008, updated March 23, 2021