The Desert Begins to Bloom


The best wildflower bloom at the moment in the Anza Borrego State Park is along the Henderson Canyon Road where lawn sized patches of the blue/purple Sand Verbena cling to rolling ridges punctuated with spots of the soft white Dune Primrose. Lovely to see. During our visit we heard the yelping calls of two packs of coyotes signaling each other, one from a nearby ridge the other on the valley floor. The desert is a beautiful and refreshing place to enjoy at this time of the year.

More tomorrow,

Gail Niebrugge, wildflower paintings

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