California Wild Flowers

There is no shortage of  blooms at the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in California. Though this is no surprise as we would only expect this sunny state to be full of flowers.

For tourists visiting the area, a trip off the beaten track can lead to a show of colour. The following weeks are expected to be the blooming peak, and a lot of flowers are expect to spread their petals.

Blooming has slowed down due to cooler temperatures and windy weather, but warm weather is on the way and in many places a wide variety of flowers have already started blooming.

Visitors can expect to see a multitude of; sand verbena, brittle brush, desert lilies, popcorn flowers, chicory desert flowers, fiddlenecks, desert dandelions, chuparosas and phacelia.

Information on flowers is readily available for visitors, with blooming times being constantly updated for potential visitors.

There are wild flower tours and walks available for visitors, with larger tours being organized by the park. Guides are available for the more adventurous hiker, with a knowledge of trails less travelled.

Previous blooming seasons have seen visitors from around the world. But a trip to California is not necessary to enjoy flowers and windflowers. A wonderful idea in the following weeks is to take a trip outside of the city, to see what is blooming or has begun to bloom. If you don’t have free time in the first few weeks of spring; try to find a gift for yourself or someone in the office that reminds you of a trip to the woods. Let help you have them delivered where you need them.

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California Wild Flowers was last modified: July 11th, 2018 by admin
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