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Well, on the other hand, nothing in the Carrizo Plains list: Carrizo Plain Preserve -- Calflora Illustrated Plant List looks closer than Allium...
...and another Vaccinium. Same challenge without fruit.
Looks like a Vaccinium, probably not going to be able to get this to species without fruit / close-ups of branches.
Developing fruit on Vaccinium membranaceum.
None of these look like Allium to me. All in the Dichelostemma / Brodiaea / Triteleia grouping, I think.
Sounds like some significant dying back in both instances. The rhodo sounds gone, if all the leaves are brown. You can check to see if there's any...
What are you hoping to accomplish with pruning? More flowers? There is a significant year-to-year variation in flowering in rhododendrons.
Do you have any photographs?
I am pressed for time today, but here's a resource to help: Wild chervil identification and control: Anthriscus sylvestris - King County
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Plenty of flower petal colour variation in members of the Montiaceae, so within the realm of possibility.
Paging @Andrey Zharkikh for help.
Yes, Apiaceae. Is it possible to get an additional photo of the stalk at the base of the leaves? (wear gloves if you need to handle foliage, I am...
Leptarrhena pyrolifolia or leatherleaf saxifrage (those are the developing fruit)
Alnus viridis subsp. sinuata, (I am fairly certain on the subspecies).
Phyllodoce empetriformis, or pink mountain-heather
Urticaceae of some sort. May not be Urtica dioica, though we don't have records of anything else here. It's probably good for caterpillars!
We had an internal discussion after this posting, and came to the conclusion it was most likely A. canescens.
It is listed as not found as of 2017.
Doubtful it is the same thing, better to post a photo of what you are seeing now.
Doesn't look like anything to worry about to me. Although, what sort of product are these planted in?