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My Little Flower Shop
664 N Palm Canyon Dr
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Apr 4, 2021

Will late rains bring a wildflower super bloom to California deserts this year? - Desert Sun

A "meager" 0.83 of an inch of rain fell at Palm Springs International Airport from Nov. 1 through Sunday, per National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration measurements tabulated by Cornett. A typical year sees about 2.5 inches in that period, and a super bloom requires about 5 inches, he said. "So we have received less than one-third of an average year's worth of rainfall."No flower carpets this yearAs the author of three wildflower books covering the American Southwest, Cornett likes to stay positive when rains do come, but he said this year's storms are too little, too late. He and other area biologists blame climate change for more frequent, more severe droughts, depriving even water-savvy desert plants of the inch or so they need to bloom. Jim Dice, reserve manager for UC Irvine's Steele Burnand Research Center in Borrego Springs, agrees this year is bleak if you're looking for rolling carpets of orange poppies or hot pink sand verbena. He recalls that about 30 years ago, "the March skies opened week after week, and by the end of the month into early April, we had carpets of wildflowers.""So it's not entirely out of the realm of possibility, but it's pretty unlikely," said Dice. "Even in the worst years there are wildflowers, but there are not going to be any carpets like you see in what people call the super bloom years."The scant precipitation through the winter months means a super dud of a season in many plac...

Feb 1, 2021

Here are which wildflower seeds to plant, where to buy them - Record Searchlight

Wildflower season is upon us and with it comes a patchwork of color and the Coachella Valley Wildflower Festival in Palm Desert. (Mar. 3, 2016)Palm Springs Desert SunQ: I would like to plant some wildflowers on my property in Igo. Do you have recommendations as to what type of seed I should plant and where I can find bulk wildflower seed?A: Because I do not know how large of an area you want to plant or your purpose for planting wildflower seed, I will make some recommendations based on the most common site situations and reasons for planting wildflowers.The most common reason we receive for someone wishing to plant wildflowers is for erosion control after an area has burned. If this is the case you might consider using a non-native erosion-control mix that contains rye grass and crimson clover. These tend to sprout up quickly, even now when soil temperatures are cooler, have some flowers and are affordable. They may require a bit of weed whacking in the spring but usually do not produce a lot of heavy grass or become invasive in non-irrigated sites. These seed mixes can be found locally at feed stores — including Palo Cedro Feed or Hawes Farm Supply — and some landscape supply places.Another common reason for planting wildflowers is to support native insects and pollinators. In this case you will want to plan...

Dec 10, 2020

Your holiday gift guide: Everything made by California desert locals - The Desert Sun

Kristin Scharkey Palm Springs Desert Sun Show Caption Hide Caption Video: Las Palmas Brewery opens in Palm SpringsVideo: Las Palmas Brewery opens in Palm SpringsThe holidays look different this season. So I'm changing up my gifting routine, too.Typically, I put together an expansive list of treasures and trinkets available at shops around the California desert. Let's be honest: 2020 is not that year. But there have been a handful of local business owners who have brought me a bit of hope through their expertises, from sourdough to crime fiction and beer.And they have, quite literally, brought it to my doorstep — or run it out to my car. As coronavirus cases surge locally and across California, all of these gift ideas can be delivered or picked up curbside.Here's to the end of 2020, and all the ways our own neighbors bring to joy to our lives.Somewhere in the Desert Good BoxMarried duo Eric Wilson a...

Jun 19, 2020

Local florists and restaurants work against shortages for Mother's Day - Desert Sun

Brian Blueskye Palm Springs Desert SunPublished 11:56 AM EDT May 10, 2020Thinking of mom on Mother's Day usually comes with flowers, a nice dinner or a thoughtful gift. Amid coronavirus, these are all still options but there are supply challenges some local businesses face this year. *There is confusion of whether florists are essential in cities and counties and some are offering curbside pickups and contactless deliveries, but they're also dealing with a global supply issue and are notifying customers that arrangements might have to include substitutions. Jordan Hall, a member of the Hall family that owns Palm Springs Florist, said global wholesalers have supply chains to all continents and it's affected everyone, but they have been able to order what they need to make it through Mother's Day."Our ability to order flowers normally has become unavailable or slowed, but we've been in business for so long and have such a large supply source that we've been able to piece together what we need," Hall s...

Feb 27, 2020

Will there be a dazzling 'super bloom' of flowers in California this year? - USA TODAY

Rebecca Plevin Palm Springs Desert SunPublished 7:45 AM EST Feb 3, 2020Wildflowers are fickle. Ample rain is needed each winter month, especially in January and February, in order for the plants to blossom at the proportions that create a super bloom, flower enthusiasts say.Following that rule, this year’s wildflower season might not be as bright as last year’s, when an epic bloom blanketed the California desert in a palette of petals.After a wet November and December, Palm Springs has received just 0.04 inches of rain in January, according to the National Weather Service. And the long-range forecasts look drier than normal, too, according to The Desert Sun, which is part of the USA TODAY Network.“Unless we get some good mid- to late-February or March rains, this isn’t going to be a spectacular year at all,” said Cameron Barrows, who specializes in desert ecology at the University of California, Riverside’s Center for Conservation Biology. Prevalence of wildflowers is also influenced by other factors...

Feb 27, 2020

Chino Hills woman celebrates 100th birthday with family, friends - Chino Champion

Her younger sisters, Ruth and Dolores, both in their 90s, were also there.Guests came from as far as Hawaii, Wisconsin, Cayucos and Palm Springs.Mrs. Barak’s party was decorated with balloons, streamers and flowers in her favorite color of pink.The partygoers enjoyed her favorite Italian foods, all made by her daughters and granddaughter Becky. Desserts included cake, ice cream, cannoli and Mrs. Barak’s “famous” peanut squares.Asked about the biggest change she had seen in her 100 years, Mrs. Barak replied “Oh my, everything has changed.” ...


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