Bellflower, California is a small suburb in the city of Los Angeles and is in the Long Beach area of the city. Today the city boasts a population of nearly 80,000 residents. In the mid 20th Century, Bellflower was a thriving agricultural center and was most notable for its milk production. Eventually these jobs ventured to the outerskirts of LA and these days Bellflower is part of the ever growing sprawl of Orange County. The best thing about Bellflower, California is its year around beautiful weather, typical of the greater Los Angeles area. It has a subtropical climate with only about 35 days of the year having some kind of precipitation with the bulk of that being in late winter and early spring. Another thing about Bellflower is its racial diversity which is the norm in LA. African Americans and other ethnicities comprise about 55 percent of the population while whites are the remaining 45. Crime here is right about average. The best thing about Bellflower is its promiximity to LA and everything that Tinseltown has to offer. Bellflower though is the part of Orange County that is the epitome of the LA suburbs. The next time you go to the wonderful city of Los Angeles, you should take a look at wonderful city of Bellflower, California.