New PDF eBook guides to help you plan your visit to view and photograph our beautiful state flower, The Texas Bluebonnet. The guides include rainfall analysis, routes, route maps and more.
For those who do want to plant a wildflower meadow, garden, or rock garden, August is the time to get that area ready. You can start at any time, but you need to have your area ready before the early fall rains come in September for most spring wildflowers – especially for Texas. For more details on how you can get started with your wildflower haven see our forum post: Ready! Set! Grow Wildflowers!
When you mention Texas wildflowers, most will think of the beautiful displays of bluebonnets and paintbrush in the spring. However, Texas is blessed with a wide variety of wildflowers and at least a few are always in bloom no matter whether spring, summer or fall. For a list and more information our Texas Fall Wildflowers see our forum post: Fall Wildflowers
I have just started a new short blog series highlighting wildflower locations for photography and study. First up is a series on the Ennis area and the Texas Hill Country. I will be giving some tips on where to photograph sunsets/sunrises, animals with wildflowers, and interesting structures to add to your landscapes.
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