KEYWORDS: mid-elevation wildflowers
Glendora Ridge Road lies between Mt. Baldy Road and Glendora Mountain Road. Frequent wildfires. Mid-elevation montane forest with oaks and pines. North-facing slope remains cooler longer. Great variety of plants to be found. Cliffs and rocky places with unusual and rare plants. Very small waterfalls in wet years.
GLENDORA RIDGE ROAD ... We wanted to confirm the identification of Lupinus formosus for the lupines above Mt. Baldy Village, and we conducted a survey of the lupines along the route to see if there were any Lupinus longifolius, or whether they were all Lupinus excubitus var. hallii. They all turned out to be L. excubitus....