Texas' Annual Wildflower Show Comes Early, May Last Longer, Experts Say

Everybody hold onto your bonnets: Wildflower awesomeness is on the way.So predict flower officials at the University of Texas' Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, who say Central Texas' eagerly anticipated spring wildflower season may not only arrive early but could last several months rather than the typical March-April rush."Fasten your seatbelt," said Andrea DeLong-Amaya, the center's director of horticulture, in an article posted at the center's Wildflower News. "Wildflower season is taking off faster than you expect."  Continue reading...

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