Our unusually persistent December, January and February Rain Showers have brought the iconic Golden State’s drought-stricken wildfire-ravaged hills, dales and deserts an extraordinary gloriously showy display of Springtime Wild Flowers.

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California superbloom in 2019. Picture via Facebook

There are many super bloom locations around South and Central California: including Borrego Springs, Joshua Tree, Temecula, Lake Elsinore, I-5/Grapevine, Lucerne Valley.

The point of the post is not to report news – it’s to give people all over the world a heads up about the phenomenon of super blooms and to make people feel better and to enjoy beauty and to appreciate Mother Nature’s ability to recover after devastation.

Most pictures came from newspaper articles about California’s SUPER BLOOM, a few others from a Google image search siting our current super bloom. A few images are from prior year’s super blooms.

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  • #169121 Reply

    dania

    I’ve seen this up by Gorman on the Grapevine and it’s surreal! My mom and I would go out to Anza Borrego to see the spring bloom whenever we could too. Last year they had to close the road as there were too many people flooding into Borrego Springs.
    Also – don’t trample the flowers people! Show a little respect.

  • #169152 Reply

    Jerry

    That is indeed awesome! Currently Driving through a flowering desert!

  • #169155 Reply

    Follows TheWay

    For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; (Song 2:11)

    The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land; (Song 2:12)

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