Experts said that fall and winter rains in many areas across Texas will help bring impressive wildflower blooms this year. The flowers have already been spotted in some areas.
The forecast is calling for colorful displays of wildflowers in the parts of Texas that received ample fall and winter rains. Some wildflowers are already popping up across the state.
A Texas wildflower expert says intermittent rains throughout the spring should benefit wildflowers that are set to bloom later this month and in early summer.
The wildflower showing across Texas isn’t expected to be spectacular in the early spring but there could be a rebound before early summer.
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The Dallas Arboretum gets a temporary win in its efforts to use part of White Rock Lake for overflow parking, after some residents went to court to try and block the plan.
A daughter of former President Lyndon B. Johnson and her husband have given $1 million to a wildflower center named for her mother.
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An invasive weed commonly called bastard cabbage is blotting out large swaths of wildflowers, including the beloved bluebonnets, in some parts of Texas.
The forecast is calling for blankets of bluebonnets in Texas.
The fall and winter rains, combined with unusually warm temperatures for this time of year, have created the perfect mix for a spectacular wildflower season.
A botanist says the lack of rain in the fall will mean Texas’ wildflower display won’t be as impressive as it was last year.