Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park is a land of extremes for people as well as plants. The varieties of flowers that reside there are tough and use every advantage to survive due to its heat, aridity, and elevational differences. During times of significant rainfall however, the bajadas, rockfalls and valley floors will be carpeted with one or more different species of flowers resulting in fantastic displays that are worth the drive. Within the riparian areas and springs in this otherwise harsh enviroment, you can find special plants found nowhere else. Flowers will often bloom in the lower elevations here earlier in the season than in other locations.

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