California “Superbloom”

The amount of rain and sun this winter was just right to cause "superbloom" conditions in California.


Annika N., Staff Writer

This spring, California is experiencing a rare “superbloom”. Superbloom conditions are caused when wildflowers get the right amount of sun and rain over the winter, making them flourish in the spring. Flowers are blooming all across the deserts, hills, and valleys of California, particularly our southern section. Since many want to see this attraction, roads have been flooded with cars holding visitors. Two people were fed up and decided to skip the line by landing on the fields in a helicopter. Tip: if you want to visit these superbloom areas, don’t land a helicopter in the middle of one.