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Yuccas in bloom

The yuccas are blooming in the Santa Monicas, fewer this spring than ever before. It's the drought, I think, four years now, and their numbers have shrunk from hundreds to dozens, at least in the hills around here.

I love the ivory white, the cascading shape, the filigree of green against the sky. At night the moths fly in to pollinate. Mountain magic.

beautiful yuccas


yuccas in bloom


yucca blooms in the santa monica mountains


yuccas

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