Watch | Flowers grow in one of world’s hottest and driest place
A rare wildflower 'super bloom' has turned Death Valley National Park in California into a carpet of colour. A significant bloom like this only happens once about every 10 years and it's drawing tourists from far away.
The super bloom is stunning and happens about once a decade in one of the hottest and driest places in the world. It happens doe to a rare fall storms that dumped more rain in two weeks than normally falls in two years.