Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 21, 2014

Central Texas Wildflower Report 3/20/14

Gary Regner Photography has the following wildflower report for Central Texas

Spring has officially arrived and wildflowers are in bloom all over central Texas. Redbuds are in full bloom all over the Austin area and bluebonnets are beginning to show along the roadways. Bluebonnets and paintbrush have been spotted along Mopac in early bloom. Along IH 35 the bluebonnets are further along due to warmer temperatures along the roadway. The bad news this year is that the most common plant in bloom right now is invasive yellow mustard, and it far outnumbers our native wildflowers.

Follow reports at: Texas Wildflower and Bluebonnet Sightings Report: Texas Wildflower Hot Spots and Pictures by Gary Regner Photography.


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