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Wildflower Time in Texas

CyberCelt | April 9, 2012 in Nature,Road Trips,RV Travel,Wildflowers | Comments (1)

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Fields of Gold, Cuero, Texas


Coneflowers at Lady Bird Wildflower Center, Austin

Fields of Bluebonnets on IH-10 between Luling and Houston


Field of Bluebonnets at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Austin, Texas


Wildflowers on FM 105, west of Lake Conroe, Texas

Follow Texas Bluebonnet Trails

CyberCelt | April 5, 2010 in Day Trips,Family Fun,Hike/Bike/Run,Nature,RV Travel,Wildflowers | Comments (3)


Dallas Blooms

March 6 to April 11, Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas. Largest floral festival in Southwest, 66 acres of gardens and blooming trees.

Official Bluebonnet Trails

April 1-30, Ennis, Texas. Download a trail map (PDF) and check the website for updates.  This is one part of Texas that had sufficient rainfall to produce spring wildflowers.

Burnet Bluebonnet Festival

April 9-11, Several Locations, Burnet, Texas (see schedule for more information. Fun run, carnival, Hill Country Flyer, pet parade, car show, CAF air show, birding and wildflower show, more.

East Texas Wildflower Trail

April 15-May 31, Starts in Henderson, Texas. Rusk County has three wildflower trails.  Download the trails map (PDF) and spend a leisurely weekend or longer, touring the countryside.

Bloomin’ Temple Festival

April 8-11, Downtown Temple, Texas. Wildflower Capital of Texas, For great entertainment, carnival, plenty of food, and special events, including a car show, Kid Zone, bike tour, 5K and fun run and much more!


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Wildflowers Near Hondo

CyberCelt | March 31, 2010 in Day Trips,RV Travel,Wildflowers | Comments (1)

We drove to Uvalde to visit some friends last weekend. We saw bluebonnets along Highway 90. I had to stop and take pictures. While I was taking pictures, a postwoman pulled over and told me where there were some some large fields of bluebonnets.  Enjoy!

The Spanish Dagger I photographed at Fort Inge.  These plants were blooming all around Uvalde.

Spring is Busting Out All Over

CyberCelt | March 10, 2010 in Lakes,Nature,Other States,Rivers,RV Travel,Wildflowers | Comments (1)

These pictures were taken in Louisiana in late February and during the first week of March. At the time, it was snowing just north of Interstate Highway 10, from Texas to Florida.  We seemed to find pockets of sunshine as we traveled from Fontainebleau State Park on Lake Pontchartrain to Lake Fausse Pointe State Park in the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area to Sam Houston Jones State Park just outside of Lake Charles.

I looked up one day and saw buds on all the trees and little flowers bursting out everywhere.  I was amazed as it appeared to happen overnight between cold snaps.

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