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Old 02-23-2019, 09:19 AM   #21
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Thanks, Jon, for mentioning the desert bloom. When do you think it might start in places like Joshua Tree NP, or Death Valley?
I'm not as familiar with the patterns in the Mojave Desert, but in the Sonoran Desert it should be getting underway over the next few weeks, peaking in mid-late March. It varies from year to year, but websites for popular desert attractions- Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Desert Botanical Gardens, Sonoran Desert Museum- sometimes post updates.
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The flowers started blooming here in Borrego Springs a couple weeks ago. With all the rain we've had this last week, we may have another super bloom shortly. In 2017 the national news picked it up and our little town was over run by 100,000 people. We called it Flowergedden.
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While not quite as impressive at the Borrego Springs " Flowergedden", the California Poppies are starting to bloom here at Picacho Peak State Park in Arizona. There are a few other blooms starting. Also notice that strange white stuff on the top of the mountains in the background!
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Let's keep the desert bloom a secret! Great pictures, Jon V. We just got more of the strange white stuff here on the western edge of the plains. Thanks for the info.
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