Wildflowers

Wildflowers continue to flourish across the Texas Hill Country.  The red poppies, purple tansy, ox-eyed daises and wine cup flowers are blooming and can be viewed on roadside fields and at Wildseed Farms. The 2021 bluebonnet season is coming to a close but Wildseed Farms predicts other varieties of flowers will begin blooming after the late-April rain showers. 

Places to See Wildflowers

The arrival and location of wildflowers is not always an exact science. Weather as well as other factors play a part in when and where wildflowers will pop up each spring. Below is a look at some areas that generally have an abundance of color around Fredericksburg. The scenic drives to these locations can also provide breathtaking wildflower views. Insider tip: Be sure to respect the traffic laws and private property. 

Wildseed Farms

No matter when you visit, you are most likely to find something blooming at Wildseed Farms, the nation’s largest working wildflower farm located just outside Fredericksburg. You can walk the pathways that wind through the magnificent fields, find a perfect selection of wildflower seeds in the gift shop to make your own display at home, or sit and enjoy lunch at the café.

Visit the nation’s largest working wildflower farm. The farm has more than 1,000 cultivated acres in Texas and over 200...

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Visit the nation’s largest working wildflower farm. The farm has more than 1,000 cultivated acres in Texas and over 200...

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