Outdoor San Diego Entries for March, 2010

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Mustard in Bloom

A nonnative plant more like a weed than a wildflower, mustard is blooming profusely on grassy slopes all along the ...

The Tides of March

Notable High Tides this month include a +5.4-foot tide at 7:47am on Saturday, March 27; a +5.4-foot tide at 8:36am ...

Yuccas and Citrus Blossoms

Yuccas of two varieties are in bloom in San Diego County from now through May. Year after year, the Mojave ...

The Vernal Equinox, Saturn, and the Big Dipper

The Vernal Equinox on Saturday, March 20 at 10:32am Pacific daylight time heralded the beginning of the spring season for ...

India Hawthorn & Orchid Trees

India Hawthorn, one of the most common flowering shrubs used in landscaping as hedges and dividers in San Diego, is ...

Daylight Saving Time Arrives

Pacific Daylight Time, or "daylight saving time," starts on Sunday morning, March 14, at 2 am. No time is "saved" ...

Vernal Splendor

The Mix of Rain and Sunshine characteristic of the last few weeks has triggered the emergence of bright green leaves ...

Desert Blooms

The Anza-Borrego Desert State Park should flower best through early April, with peak blooms expected within two weeks in low-lying, ...

Mexican Coral and Ornamental Peach Trees

Mexican Coral Trees or "naked corals," are showing their stuff this season by bearing and baring scarlet, flame-like flowers on ...

In Like a Lion

March Is the Proverbial Windy Month here in San Diego, as in most places. From midday to late afternoon, sun-warmed ...

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