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Superbloom? Dazzling Wildflowers Blanket California

Discussion in 'US - Western States Timesharing' started by MULTIZ321, Mar 19, 2017 at 12:46 AM.

  1. MULTIZ321

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    Superbloom? Dazzling Wildflowers Blanket California
    By Michelle Robertson/ Science/ SFGate/ sfgate.com

    "Chias, poppies, and Canterbury bells are blanketing Southern California in dazzling hues of orange, blue, and indigo. And if the weather stays balmy and mild, California is in for another stunning super bloom.

    Just weeks ago, rain-drenched sprouts began cropping up in Southern California and the Central Valley, and the fields up north will follow suit in the coming months.

    "It's looking like it will be the exceptional year we are all expecting," said Bart O'Brien, director of Berkeley's Regional Parks Botanic Garden. "Everything has gotten so much rain this year, many plants are performing phenomenally." ..."

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    Early this month we hit unexpected Sunday traffic on Hwy 15 south of Corona, CA. Slowdown for miles before reaching gridlock. When we reached the cause of the troubles we had to laugh. We'd hit a Flower Jam. Cars and people everywhere -- enjoying the flowers that lit up the hillsides.

    I hope everyone experiences a Sunday Flower Jam at least once in their lifetime. Slow down and enjoy!
     

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