Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 5, 2019

Death Valley Wildflowers 3/9/19

Death Valley National Park reports As of MARCH 10th 2019.
We have not received the early seasonal rains needed to have a spring superbloom. We did receive rains later in the winter season, but too late to effect the 2019 bloom. We are seeing some wildflowers blooming in the lower elevations, but they are VERY sparse.

The parts of the park at elevations between 3,000 feet – 5,000 feet are expected to have great blooms, but different species than the lower elevations of course! This will also occur later in the spring – possibly in late April.

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