April is here and the surrounding landscape is beginning its spring display of wildflowers. According to one of Sedona’s wildflower enthusiasts, the season is a little slow starting this year, but several wildflowers may be found while hiking some of the local trails or even driving along the highways. Some of the most prevalent to watch for are Eaton penstemon, blackfoot daisy, Gooding’s verbena, desert marigold and desert paintbrush, according to a press release.
Try hiking Bell Rock Pathway, Courthouse Butte Loop, Huckaby Trail or any of the trails in piñon/juniper country to find current specimens. Or, visit the Red Rock District Visitor Center on State Route 179 and view the wildflower display up close. The display is provided by several Sedona wildflower aficionados and will be available through the middle of April. For more information, call 203-2900.


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