Wildflower Watch

There are paintings and pictures and towels and everything ‘bluebonnet’ to honor the State Flower of Texas. The late cold snap and snow of 2021 delayed the normal blooming by two weeks. Mid-March to Late April you can search and find the different varieties of bluebonnets from the South to the North of the great state of Texas. We joined the search in Mid April in the heartland.

Do you love wildflowers? What are your favorites?  When did you see a field of color? 

North of Brownwood was the best hill we found for pictures south of the little town of May.  My parents had driven twelve hours to see these flowers they had last witnessed 25 years ago when I lived in San Antonio.

Driving to Lake Brownwood, we found this incredible field of purple lantanas and sheep.

God gave us this miracle view that day.

Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come, the cooing of doves is heard in our land. Song of Songs 2:12 NIV

Llano, TX one-hour southeast of Brownwood had some beautiful fields of different wildflowers. We would stop on the side of the road and capture more and more flowers in every color with our eyes and our digital camera.

One thought on “Wildflower Watch

  1. “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” Thanks to you, Ed, Jerry, Vaneta (and Taz) for sharing so much joy!!

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