Southern California Could See a Wildflower Super Bloom — if It Keeps Raining
This year should be a great one for California’s wildflowers, after a year of drought followed by substantial rain in recent months.
But will it be a “super bloom”? Experts say it’s too early to tell.
“It’s got to rain a lot more if we’re going to see the super-type bloom,” said Richard Minnich, a professor in UC Riverside’s earth and planetary sciences department. “It’s going to be good either way.”
Great blooms happen when there’s a wet year after a bad drought — and that’s what’s happening now, he said.
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