38°41’46.0″N 121°04’40.9″W, -9999 Invalid
Folsom lake is very hilly with very steep slopes surrounding the lake. The area is also very rocky. Folsom lake is not a natural lake; it is man made and damned in 1980. There is a wide range of shrubbery such as valley sedge, needlegrass, and wildrye.
Through the week there has been sign of spring. During my walk, there was a goose that created its nest. Sadly, I had to find out the hard way and hissed and chased me. She created her nest withing the tall grass next to the water. The sky was pretty cloudy was it has been raining frequently for the past couple days. This probably why ants have slowly taken over the kitchen and bathroom. However, there have also been pretty sights from this spring such as the apple blossoms blooming in my backyard.
The blue oak has green leaves with a blue tint. It has rounded ends and the venation pattern is not symmetrical but they are parallel.
The lamb’s ear is very fuzzy and its venation pattern is very symmetrical. Unlike the blue oak, the leaf on a lamb’s ear is an oval shape.
The sansevieria black star plant has long leaves that are green in the middle and yellow at the sides. This plant does not show its veneration patterns and it’s leaves spiral together.