Bohemia Ecological Preserve

Even though Sonoma Jewelflower plants are often several feet tall, the blossoms are tiny and easily overlooked. They prefer to grow in serpentine soils. There are several color forms; white with pink, white, white with yellow or yellow - all with charming wavy-margined petals. Their basal rosette of bristly leaves is often gone by the time the flowers appear. This rare plant only grows in a few isolated areas of Sonoma & Napa Counties. Mustard (Brassicaceae) Family.