Spring Showers Bring Edible Flowers, Mushrooms, and Mugwort

Who knew a radar image could elicit such joy?

A warm February brought fields of wildflowers throughout California. It was really pretty spectacular in some places, including Death Valley where they called it a once-in-a-decade "super bloom."

Now a series of March storms is keeping the greens sprouting, flowers blooming, and mushrooms fruiting. Wild onion, radish and mustard, miner's lettuce and chickweed, cattail shoots and asparagus abound.