My New Outside Blog: Gorgeous Texas Wild Flowers -- Part 2

Gorgeous Texas Wild Flowers -- Part 2


Day trip from Houston in early April 2010.  This creek is near a beautiful patch of yellow flowers covering several meadows.

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I'm not sure I've ever seen these flowers before, but this trip I was looking at even the smallest flowers.

bluebonnet field

Lovely bluebonnet field.

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Yellow flowers go on and on.

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Close up of a cluster of yellow flowers.  Do you know the name of them?

mini horse w/mama

This miniature horse is not very old.  He is being nuzzled by his mama.  He looks so soft.

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Bluebonnets, spider wort (or wart) and cute pink flowers with the Texas star in the middle.

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Nice white flowers look great against the greenery.

indian paint brush

Closeup of an Indian Paint Brush.

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Here are more of the "Texas Star" flower, but the flower petals are red, not purple or pink.

Hope you get to explore your part of the country and see the wildflowers.  Email me a picture or two.


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Comment balloon 3 commentsLiz Flint • April 08 2010 06:27PM


That field of bluebonnets is beautiful. I remember when Russel and I drove from San Antonio to Austin to College Station to Houston one Spring and how beautiful the highways were, particularly the drive from College Station to Houston.

Posted by Jim Frimmer, Realtor & CDPE, Mission Valley specialist (HomeSmart Realty West) over 10 years ago

Hey Jim, yes the Texas Department of Highways is very good about seeding the highways.  There were alot more yellow flowers this year than I remember from previous years.

Posted by Liz Flint, Houston\Tomball Realtor (832)816-8066 (Century 21 Hardee-Team Realty) over 10 years ago

That little horse is adorable. I've found lots of fields of yellow out here, and yellow is supposed to be bright, cheerful, sunny, etc., but I think I really do prefer the fields of Texas bluebonnets.

Posted by Russel Ray, San Diego Business & Marketing Consultant & Photographer (Russel Ray) over 10 years ago