Super bloom California, There’s no need to rush


Super bloom California, There’s no need to rush.

A vivid super bloom has splashed the hillsides of Southern California with color, thanks to a winter of record-setting rainfall. Those trying to get a glimpse of the wildflowers have led to traffic jams. And large crowds have left local officials to grapple with how to handle a never-ending stream of visitors. Don’t worry. There’s no need to rush. Luckily, wildflowers should continue to bloom over the next several weeks.

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Here are some of the best places to experience the super bloom, and some tips on how to enjoy the wildflowers without destroying them.

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The Theodore Payne Foundation and others warn not to harm the wildflowers. Do not pick them. Stay on the trail with your pets securely leashed (and even consider leaving them at home). Be respectful and pick up after yourself so everyone can enjoy California’s blooms now and in the future.

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