Fall, Winter Rains Will Bring Great Wildflower Displays in Much of Texas

While cool weather is delaying the wildflower season in parts of Texas, most areas should have great blooms, and some areas already have a great show started for spring.
 “We’re on track for a great year based on the soaking rains that have occurred in many places every two to four weeks,” said Dr. Mark Simmons, a restoration ecologist and program director at The University of Texas at Austin’s Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. “I suspect early spring bloomers like Texas bluebonnets and pink evening primrose are going to be stunning.”

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