Super Bloom flowers of Death Valley

Super bloom!

Pink flowers growing out of a rock in Death Valley, California.

This spring is a super bloom spring in the Mojave Desert. Just the words “super bloom” brings great joy to my wildflower-loving heart. When the right amount of rain falls at the right time of year, the desert comes alive with flowers. All those seeds that have been waiting for just the right conditions to sprout, let loose in golds, pinks, and purples.

I wish I had remembered to bring my camera, but I did my best with my phone. Here are a few of the flowers we were lucky enough to stumble upon.

Poppies in the deserts in California.

California deserts host a variety of wildflowers.

Superbloom wildflowers in Ubehebe Crater in Death Valley, CA

Superbloom wildflowers in Ubehebe Crater.

Yellow daisies are a Death Valley attraction.

One of the Death Valley attractions is the flower show.

Cactus in the California desert.

Cactus in the California desert.

A field of yellow in Death Valley, California.

The deserts in California are filled with flowers in March.

Delicate flowers in Death Valley's desert during a Superbloom.

The weather in Death Valley causes a riot of flowers every few years.
More Death Valley attractions and fun

Want to do more than look at flowers (what?!?!)?

Death Valley with kids and families

Almost home in Death Valley

Nearby Mojave National Preserve

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