2019: Second Super Bloom Season in Three Years, Second This Year

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 13 April 2019



2019 Antelope Valley Superbloom of wildflowers and poppies, NASA/Jim Ross.
View from a NASA aircraft, T-34, over the Superbloom of wildflowers and poppies from the Antelope Valley in Southern California, Poppy Reserve and solar panels are in the background. NASA Photo / Jim Ross. Big, full res version.


Second Super Bloom in Two Years

A Super View of a Super Bloom,
NASA Earth Observer, April 10, 2019.


Last View of 2019
NASA: Super Bloom Fires Up Anza-Borrego Desert State Park


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NPR: Wildflower Superboom of 2016



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