Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 21, 2018

Death Valley Wildflower Reports 3/21/18

The Death Valley Official National Park Site reports

As of late March, wildflowers have been sparse. The largest blooming areas have been small strips of flowers along the paved roads.
Highway 190 between Furnace Creek and North Highway has some sparse blooming, but recent strong winds damaged many of the blooming flowers.

The Death Valley Facebook page reports

There may not be many, but they sure are beautiful! Death Valley’s wildflowers are definitely NOT superblooming this year, but if you are looking to see a few flowers, they can be found in the park. Mostly located along roads, and in sparse small patches, desert golds and others have started to make an appearance. (NPS photo)

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