Wildflowers flourish across the Texas Hill Country. The bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes, red poppies, purple tansy, ox-eyed daises, winecups and firewheels bloom throughout the spring, and their blankets of colors can be seen in roadside fields and at Wildseed Farms.
2024 Wildflower Update as of February 19, 2024
The 2024 wildflower season is coming soon and will likely run from mid-March through mid-May. Experts are predicting an above average season due to moisture received in early February and predicted moisture in the coming weeks. Wildseed Farms expects blooms to begin in mid-March on their property. Stay tuned and check back for more 2024 wildflower updates!
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.
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.
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- Do not cross fences to take pictures or view wildflowers. Fences typically indicate private property area's where untamed animals and/or vulnerable crops are located.
- When viewing wildflowers, please park only in designated areas and do not hinder the flow of traffic.
- Please do not pick or damage wildflowers, so that others can enjoy their beauty.
- Do not litter. Trash hinders the growth and limits the beauty of wildflowers.
- Where wildflowers grow is also home wildlife, including snakes, bugs and stickers. Please use caution when enjoying wildflowers on foot.
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