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Morning Buzz: Atacama Dessert

Morning Buzz. October 11th, 2022

"I heard a bird sing in the dark of December

A magical thing and sweet to remember

We are nearer to Spring that we were in September

I heard a bird sing in the dark of December."


Chile's Atacama Dessert


The Atacama Dessert is known as one of the most arid desserts in the world with minimal rainfall, going decades without rain.


Heavy rainfall along with the proper conditions turn this dessert into a carpet of wildflowers. Legend has it that this phenomena only occurs once every five to seven years.


Soo What's the Buzz?


After blooming in 2021, the Atacama Dessert decided to bloom for the second year in a row. The buzz, although quiet, is provocatively growing, and one can only imagine what the nectar tastes like, let alone feels like, pressed against a young pollinator's pollen basket.


In a world where pollinators are seemingly struggling to locate good nectar, Chilean pollinators can rest peacefully with a new abundance of heathy nectar to dip their feet in.


Guide Us to the Honey!


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