A “super bloom” of wild desert plants was noted near the town of “Borrego Springs, California”.
The term “super-bloom” refers to the myriad of desert plants that bloom at the same time in a particular area.
Super blossom this year is mainly observed in the National Park “Anza-Borrego Desert State Park”, which adjoins the Borrego Springs.
Conditions for such widespread and simultaneous blooming plants in California happens once every 10 years.
The high temperatures and large amounts of rain that fell last year in the desert valley of eastern California contributed to the occurrence of this phenomenon.
The blossoming of desert flowers this year ran until the end of May. Also the cycles occupied different parts of the desert, depending on the type of plant.