21 March 2018

blanketflower . . . and friends

The first explosion of native wildflowers has begun, the first I found up close being the blanket flowers growing on a street corner in Somerville, Texas. Yesterday I stopped to get a closer look at the bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush, and tickseed blooming near highway 36 and FM 1948. Washington county will soon be covered in glorious color — this year, the peak bloom time is expected on Easter weekend, though they will continue through next month. And summer varieties will soon follow . . .


  1. How I love your spring flowers, Vicky! Gorgeous, joyful... beautiful text as well....

    1. Spring wildflowers in Texas are so richly colorful, it’s as if God is trying out every paint color in His palette and having great fun at it!


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