Upper Table Rock wildflowers

Diana Chapman rarebulbs@suddenlink.net
Wed, 01 Apr 2015 07:21:33 PDT
I am often in that area.  Do they allow dogs on the trail (leashed)?  I 
travel with my dogs.

Diana
> Thanks Jim,
>
> I feel like it is worth mentioning for those that aren't familiar with Table Rocks in OR that it is a geological formation comprised of basalt from an ancient lava flow. The surrounding softer rock has eroded over centuries leaving two conspicuous plateau's (Upper and Lower Table Rock) visible from Interstate 5 between Central Point and Medford. Many wildflowers are endemic to Table Rocks.
>
> The NPSO produced this on the subject of the flora of Table Rocks:
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> http://npsoregon.org/kalmiopsis/kalmiopsis03/…
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> Everyone should visit!
>
> Travis Owen
> Rogue River, OR
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> amateuranthecologist.blogspot.com
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