I honestly didn't expect this at Table Mountain.
When I started the 3hr drive to this place earlier in the day, I had a set expectation of a few patches of wildflowers - some poppies and some lupines coloring up a small green landscape. In fact, even on the road climbing up to the top of the hill, I saw nary a sign of wildflowers. It was mostly the green landscape.
However, as I rounded the corner and reached the summit, what I saw astounded me: Mother Nature had unloaded entire paintbuckets of yellow, purple and orange onto a canvas of green. Lupines, poppies and coreopsis (goldfields) dominated the landscape. So much so that I couldn't even find a single square meter that didn't have some wildflower growing on it.
Here is a quick edit showing what I mean!
North Table Mountain Ecological Preserve