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Apr 4, 2021

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

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 places. The Antelope Valley live camera webstream shows dry, dun-colored fields. There are no traffic jams near Lake Elsinore on Interstate 15, like there were two years ago, when pounding rains on Valentine's Day and through the winter led to spectacular super blooms dubbed "Flowermageddon." A few blooms in Anza-Borrego State ParkBut at Anza-Borrego State Park in Borrego Springs, bits of scarlet fluttering atop spindly ocotillo stems right now aren't birds, they're flowers. Fat yellow creosote buds got a good soaking in early March, and desert sunshine had them popping open within days, with hungry bees crowding in.Perennials like ocotillo likely have enough moisture and sugars stored in their roots and stems to bloom, Cornett explained. Brittlebush is also sporting its typical yellow daisy-like petals. But even ocotillos "have their limit," he said. Too many recent, severe droughts have done in some plants. "In the California deserts, indeed in the West in general, we are getting about 10% less rainfall and twice as many droughts lasting three years or longer," said Cornett. "This is the price we're paying for climate change, these recurring droughts that are occurring more frequently, and that are more severe than any in recorded history." There are bright spots, though, particularly in burn areas.An iconic grove of California fan palms that was set ablaze by a young arsonist last year has come back strong, with eight-foot-wide spiky fronds shooting out of what appeared to...

Sep 7, 2020

Watering and gardening tips for September - Irvine Standard

Check out the watering guide below or visit for more details. Juan Garcia is Irvine Ranch Water District’s water-efficiency specialist. You can learn more about the district’s water conservation programs, gardening tips, workshops and rebates ...

Jun 19, 2020

Irvine vigil for George Floyd: candles, flowers and silence for 8 minutes, 46 seconds - OCRegister

As the nation observed a memorial for George Floyd in Minneapolis, Orange County residents gathered near Irvine City Hall Thursday for the fifth day in a row to mark his death and honor his life.They brought flowers. They lit candles. They held a moment of silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds – the length of time a Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee against Floyd’s neck. About 50 community members attended the vigil and built a temporary shrine to Floyd at the city’s Bill Barber Memorial Park. “If we don’t make real changes as individuals and collectively, we will be back here in five years. History has a way of repeating itself,” Mission Viejo resident D.J. McAllister, 25, a computer salesman, told the crowd. DaShuana Womack, 22, a Cal State Long Beach student, teared up as she told those gathered that she was one of only five black students during her time University High in Irvine. “I didn’t feel this love at University High but I feel it now. Thank you for standing up for us. I’m so tired of being an advocate for an entire race.” Her mother, Tresi Reed, 49, said she’s a b...

Nov 9, 2019

Cooperative Garden Promotes Food Self-Determination for Santa Ana - VoiceofOC

Community in Resistance for Ecological and Cultural Empowerment. You might wonder, how is a garden an act of resistance? Clara Leopo, a senior at UC Irvine explains. “Because I feel like a lot of grocery stores are expensive and not accessible to families here,” says Leopo, who grew up in Santa Ana. “And a lot of the (grocery) fruits and vegetables have harsh chemicals and are produced by harsh labor that’s been exploited. When I see a fruit here, I get really happy because it’s grown by the people and for the people.” CRECE is off Santiago Street tucked behind the First Congregational Church of Santa Ana, which owns the land; it has been a community garden for many years, most recently known as the Santa Ana People’s Garden, when it was divided into small plots, each tended by a different family. Its wall-size mural proclaiming that name is still there. div id="attachment_1385009" class="wp-caption mo...

Mar 15, 2019

Orange crush of visitors: Will California's wildflowers survive the crowds? - Phys.Org

November rains gave the blooms a head start, said Jim Dice, a reserve manager for UC Irvine's Steele/Burnand Anza-Borrego Desert Research Center. But unlike 2017, when the flowers blossomed all at once in one area, Stephen said, there's no need to rush to take in the spectacle this year. This winter's rains were scattered across different areas at different times, which means the blooms to the south will be around until April. Officials at the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve are also expecting a later bloom there. But in Lake Elsinore, the poppies are already at their peak, decorating the hillside with splashes of color. "I've seen it on the way, when I've driven by," said Diane Bosma of San Diego, who recently stopped for the first time. "From the freeway, you get a taste, but there's so much more than that." Explore further: Rain brings 2nd California super bloom in 2 years footer class="post-floor clearfix" readability="21.

Jul 26, 2018

Irvinestown children make flowers for Ulster in Bloom

Like everywhere else, a town in County Fermanagh felt the effects of the hot weather and the hosepipe ban. The theme for the Irvinestown 17th annual summer scheme is Flower Power.It coincides with the 40th Lady of the Lake Festival. But while the 200 children and over 60 volunteers and staff made the most of the good weather, the effects of the sun meant disappointment for a town desperate to win an Ulster in Bloom title. Jenny Irvine is the Chief Executive of the Arc Healthy Living Centre. She said the children of the town made a special effort for the Ulster in Bloom competition. All to little avail. But not easily deterred, the children turned to arts and crafts to try to save the day. "The call for flowers came and we decided they didn't necessarily have to be real flowers, so the children have been hard at work making Irvinestown blooming marvellous," said Ms Irvine.The children have spent hours piling, pleating, twisting and pulling thousands of pieces of crepe paper with pipe cleaners to make flowers to decorate the town. Hours of work have been supervised by leaders and pe...


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