Texas Monthly Recommends: A Wildflower Drive

Texas Monthly Recommends: A Wildflower Drive

Wildflower drive in TexasWas there even a spring wildflower season last year? It kind of feels like there wasn’t one, although there probably was. Either way, nobody’s going to blame you for not noticing. We were, after all, hunkered down in a budding global pandemic.  Thankfully, springtime and its perennial promise, so perfectly symbolized by Texas’s famous wildflowers, has made its return. Firewheels, Indian paintbrushes, pink evening primrose, winecups, Mexican hats, and, of course, seas and seas of beautiful bluebonnets, among thousands and thousands of other species found across the state, will soon abound—or at least show themselves in some numbers. Below-normal fall rains have had somewhat of a diminishing effect, experts say. Nevertheless, there will most assuredly be flowers.  So, hop in the car, roll the windows…View Original Post

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