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The last time the rare Desert Super Bloom was in 2017, but before that, there had not been one since 2008. “Super Blooms”–seasons in which unusually high numbers of wildflowers blossom in California’s deserts–can only occur if very specific conditions are met. After a wet and rainy winter, it looks like nature will be treating us to the rare display.
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is expected to be carpeted in yellow, purple, and white wildflowers beginning in March. Some early pops of desert sunflowers, sand verbena, and desert lilies have already started to appear along the eastern areas of the park.
In coming weeks, the park will post updates on blooms to their website and also offers a Wildflower Hotline at 760-767-4684. Information found from this article by LA Magazine.