The Julian Wildflower Show has been an historical event for over 90 years. Because of Julian’s mountain location, bordering a national forest and close to the Anza-Borrego State Park, we have 857 species of plants within 25 miles of town, many of which were used by Native Americans. The Wildflower Show is meant to educate club members, local residents, out-of-town visitors and children about the botanical wealth of Julian and its vicinity.
With permission from landowners, club members spend two days gathering wildflowers from five plant zones. The wildflowers are displayed in the Julian Town Hall from May 10-13.
On the final day May 13, we will feature Sharyl Massey, a Biologist and member of Volcan Mountain Foundation. She will give a talk at 1:00 pm on invasive plants in the Julian area.
Hosted by: Julian Woman’s Club