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Apr 4, 2021

No 'super bloom' but wildflowers still coming to Anza-Borrego - Los Angeles Times

Baja fairy dust. Desert sunflowers were some of the early bloomers at the Arroyo Salada in the Anza-Borrego desert in 2019. (John Gibbins / San Diego Union-Tribune) Those rain-fueled super blooms occurred in 2017 and 2019, and they each drew an estimated 250,000 to 500,000 visitors during peak season. The 2017 bloom, nicknamed “flowermageddon” by some, was such a legendary tourist magnet that weekend traffic backed up 20 miles on Montezuma Valley Road (County Highway S-22), the road that leads into the 630,000-acre state park in east San Diego County. Knaak said visitors arriving this month won’t see fields of color, but they will spot pockets of flowers and annual blooming shrubs, especially if they venture to the shadier areas that retain some moisture, such as Box Canyon, Rainbow Canyon and Hornblend Canyon. “We don’t want people to get their hopes up too high,” she said. “Right now people are reporting patches here and there, especially in the area we call south of Scissors Crossing. They’re seeing some nice blooms. Not big fields or anything, but people who are into botany are finding them.” An Ocotillo plant with some red flowers sits on the western edge of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in 2013. (Charlie Neuman / San Diego Union-Tribune) In a phone interview last week, Knaak said the forecast for the rest of the peak season wasn’t looking great. Then she called back 20 minutes later with joy and excitement in her voice. “Do you hear that?” she asked, holding the phone to the window at the history association’s office, where a roar of rain was coming down. “It’s pouring. This is a game-changer.”According to the National Weather Service, a little under a quarter-inch of rain fell in the Borrego desert Wednesday afternoon. That may not sound like much, but the Borrego region averages only 5.3 inches a year, and more rain is in the forecast this week. Knaak said it takes from three to six weeks for flowers to emerge after a good rainfall like last week’s. The flowers now blooming in the park were germinated in a late January storm, so Knaak said the soonest these new flowers will arrive is late March or early ...

May 1, 2020

Flowers that may bring a light of hope to downtown San Luis Obispo - Mustang News

Swigger said. A residential type Easter hunt was seen throughout San Luis Obispo and a teddy bear hunt in Arroyo Grande, based on a children’s book. Swigger said the goal in the May Flower Initiative is to remind people that even though downtown SLO is sleeping right now, it will come back. “We’re inviting people to go and look at the flowers and remember their fun memories of being at farmer’s market, shopping for and dining with friends, and that they could do so from a bicycle or from a car or on a walk while they’re there, maintaining that physical distance,” Swigger said. “Just to remember that downtown is still a very very vital part of our community.” ...

May 1, 2020

30000 flowers will be given away for FREE in San Luis Obispo - KEYT

Communities LLC, and Ocean Breeze Farms to give 30,000 Gerbera Daisies away for free. The flowers will be Donated by Ocean Breeze Farms in Arroyo Grande, this Thursday, April 2nd, at 3 p.m. Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, a handful of retailers continue to buy flowers, but many grocery brands are canceling orders or turning fresh cut flowers away. Without the ability to sell, Ocean Breeze Farms in Arroyo Grande was a day away from disposing of their entire Gerbera Daisy supply. When Tyler Skinner of Connected Communities heard this news, she had an idea. Working tirelessly with Ocean Breeze Farms, California Grown Flower Commission & Avila Valley Barn, she created the first ever 30,000 flower giveaway! Available starting at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 2nd, until they are gone, the Gerbera Daisies at Avila Valley Barn are FREE to the public. Individuals are invited to stop by for a bunch, a bucket, or more… specifically to share with their loved ones, neighbors, senior centers, and anyone who needs a beautiful pick-me-up in their life. To minimize contact, pick-up has been designed so you never need to leave your car. Their dream is to place 30,000 flowers into the homes of Central Coast co...

Feb 1, 2020

Local non-profit offers to send 'puppy grams' to your valentine - KSBY San Luis Obispo News

This is the second annual Valentine's Day fundraiser organized by 'Doggie Does Good, Inc.' in Arroyo Grande.For $50 you can buy a puppy gram with a personal note and a small gift for your valentine. All the proceeds will go towards training these future service dogs."They can surprise their significant other or like a family member at work or at school or at their house even, and we will travel with some puppies… over there and surprise them with puppy kisses," said Service Dog Trainer, Courtney Rios. Doggie Does Good, Inc. says these Valentine's Day grams also help the puppies get exposure in new environments and help build their confidence to be a service dog.

Feb 1, 2020

Three Valley native plants that attract warblers - Monitor

The tree blooms in summer and has winter fruit. It is usually found in moist places in the Valley, on the banks of resacas, ponds or along the Arroyo Colorado in well-drained soil, although it has high drought tolerance. Coma is a small, slight tree that can push up new trees from root sprouts, forming a comal — pronounced co-mall. It may eventually grow to 30 feet tall, but usually is much less. Coma blooms fragrant clusters of white flowers spring, summer and fall from the leaf axil. The flowers turn into drupes — a fleshy fruit with a “stone” that usually surrounds a single seed — the drupes turn black when ripe.