Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 25, 2020

Will Southern California see a wildflower superbloom in 2020? 

Los Angeles Times reports

Right now, it’s too early to say, according to biologists and ecological resource officers who track seasonal shifts. California’s statewide drought officially ended in March, paving the way for the possibility of better blooms this year.

But Southern California’s patchwork of microclimates makes it hard to make a universal prediction about wildflower displays throughout the area. Some places report that, so far, conditions are lining up for what could be another amazing show.

Last year’s wildflowers were spectacular, from Lake Elsinore’s poppies to Anza Borrego’s carpets of desert daisies. This year, the forecast is uncertain.

Read full article Will Southern California see a wildflower superbloom in 2020? – Los Angeles Times


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