You don’t have to drive to Southern California to see the ground bursting with flowers. The agricultural fields of the Bay Area are bursting with their own “superbloom” right now.
Wild mustard season happens every January through March. And the more winter rain, the more flowers pop up—and that means this year is a big one.
“It’s really an embarrassment of riches,” said Chris Vomvolakis of Sonoma County Tourism. “Because of the January storms and the abundance of water, there has been an earlier explosion of wildflowers throughout the county.”
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