Published on March 8, 2021
Wildflowers are the heralds of spring, and here in Sonoma County the earliest ones—milkmaids, buttercups, Douglas iris and many more—have been popping up since last month, painting the fields and trails with their vivid hues. For a colorful guide to these most colorful natives, see our updated digital brochure, Wildflowers of Sonoma County. Download the guide before heading out and see which of these hardy beauties you can spot for yourself. Parks known for their wildflower displays include Crane Creek, Foothill, North Sonoma Mountain and Sonoma Valley, but certain wildflowers can be found in almost every regional park.