As I mentioned in earlier blogs, we’ve received an unprecedented amount of rain in Texas in January and March, making everything very green and awakening the wildflower seeds buried deep in the ground.
 
Along the freeways, you can see large patches of wildflowers. Bunches of Bluebonnets are popping up in people’s lawns (like our next door neighbor’s). Pastures, which are usually brown from lack of water are now carpets of color with emerald green grass and brilliant, red Indian Paintbrush, sapphire Bluebonnets, and delicate lilac blossoms.
 
Last Sunday, we decided to take a drive and capture the beauty of Texas’ wildflowers…
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