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Wildflower Sightings

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Frances C says:

From the bridge over Lady Bird Lake south on Loop to almost the exit for Hwy. 71 and then again the stretch from Slaughter Lane to La Crosse Ave.

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Sighted on: 2015-03-27

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M W S says:

Some good Bluebonnets/paintbrush in many areas. Also saw a couple of good Verbena and Wine cups or Phlox displays after Flatonia.

Plants Seen: Indian Paintbrush, Texas Bluebonnet

Sighted on: 2015-03-23

Ken B says:

Gary Regner has a great report on the Poteet/Somerset area with photos click here to visit his page. There are small 'camera' icons under the post with his fantastic photos.

Plants Seen: Annual Phlox, Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush, Texas Groundsel, White Prickly Poppy

Sighted on: 2015-03-22

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Dave H says:

Good stand of Bluebonnets

Plants Seen: Texas Bluebonnet

Sighted on: 2015-03-22

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Ken B says:

Really feels like spring this morning. Gorgeous and the bluebonnets are starting to pop.

Plants Seen: Agarita, Bluebonnets, Dogwood, Verbena

Sighted on: 2015-03-22

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K B says:

Indian Paintbrush and Bluebonnets blooming. Bluebonnets plants are huge this year.

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets, Texas Indian Paintbrush

Sighted on: 2015-03-21

Sighted on: 2015-03-18

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Ken B says:

Click here for a report from Bluebonnet Love with photos.

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets

Sighted on: 2015-03-14

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Ken B says:

Not exactly 'wild' but these bluebonnets are big and starting to bloom!

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets

Sighted on: 2015-03-12

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Sighted on: 2015-02-23

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Becky E says:

Delighted and shocked I spotted my first bluebonnet on Feb. 21, 2015

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets

Sighted on: 2015-02-22

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Ken B says:

Hi Becky! First bluebonnet bloom of the season, great eye! I've been watching the bluebonnets growing really large this year in South Austin, but I haven't seen a bloom yet!

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Ann C says:

Crimson Clover is in bloom all along the roadside throughout The Woodlands. That means other wildflowers aren't far behind.

Plants Seen: Crimson Clover

Sighted on: 2015-02-21

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Sighted on: 2014-10-27

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Shelley B says:

3 large groups of flowers in a pasture

Plants Seen: Texas Bluebell

Sighted on: 2014-07-13

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Sighted on: 2014-07-04

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Dennis R says:

Took a bit to identify because we've never seen a yucca flower like this one.

Plants Seen: Yucca Smalliana

Sighted on: 2014-06-18

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Nikki S says:

The Bluebonnets are long gone but due to recent rainfall, Mason Texas has many new wildflowers. Indian Blankets, Engelmann's, Coreopsis, Mexican Prickly Poppy and lavender-hued Texas Vervain. Please come visit Mason, Texas for your roadside viewing opportunities. Please stop by the Mason County Chamber of Commerce for a map of our county and directions to these beautiful wildflower sightings!

Plants Seen: Engelmann's Daisy, Indian Blanket, Pale Mexican Pricklypoppy, Texas Vervain

Sighted on: 2014-06-02

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Doni S says:

Vines growing across road from our pond. Wonderful orange colored flowers. I easily identified Thanks to wildflowersightings.org
Thanks very much.

Plants Seen: Trumpet Creeper

Sighted on: 2014-05-27

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Ken B says:

Hi Doni, I'm glad the site was helpful! Thank you for contributing!

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Mary V says:

Sighted 2 "clumps" of: Leucocrinum montanum, commonly known as the sand lily, starlily or mountain lily

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Sighted on: 2014-05-25

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Kenny C says:

Indian blanket, baby's breath

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Sighted on: 2014-05-24

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Jim M says:

Bluebonnets are peaking, Indian Paintbrush in orange & pink, etc, etc. It's hit & miss going down the roads. Where they had showers, there's flowers.

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets, Texas Indian Paintbrush

Sighted on: 2014-04-24

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Ken B says:

Lots of spring flowers if you look for them! Quite a few Prairie nymph blooming right now. Oh yeah, bluebonnets and a few paintbrush left as well.

Plants Seen: Purple Prairie Verbena, Tall Poppymallow, Texas Yellowstar, Prairienymph, Indian Blanket

Sighted on: 2014-04-23

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Sighted on: 2014-04-22

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Steve R says:

at the outpatient care facility. huge dense field of yellow 65% red paintbrush 30% and immature bluebonnet 5%

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush

Sighted on: 2014-04-18

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Steve R says:

large expansive views of indian paint brush. not much west of gonzalas until seguin.

Plants Seen: Indian Paintbrush

Sighted on: 2014-04-18