California Poppy Super Bloom

A little late to the game, but the wife and I did get a chance to visit the poppy flowers reserves to witness this year’s California super bloom. California’s state flower since 1903, the poppy is a beautiful, bright, orange flower that blooms from early to late spring. Usually there are only a few and not that many people frequent them. This year however, it rain incessantly for weeks, yielding the subsequent super bloom that attracted numerous crowds.

After reading about it on the news and talking to friends who had made the trip, we were excited to witness the phenomenon! To my disbelief, my coworkers did not exaggerate in describing it as miles upon miles of poppies! It was truly a sight to behold, and one that I am glad I was able to convince the wife to drive over an hour to see for ourselves.

Tell me, have you ever seen a poppy flower? Did you get a chance to see the super bloom this year? Do these grow where you live?

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(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

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16 thoughts on “California Poppy Super Bloom

  1. And now my beauties, something with poison in it I think, with poison in it, but attractive to the eye and soothing to the smell, poppies, poppies, poppies will put them to sleep.

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