Texas Could Have Its Best Wildflower Season in Almost a Decade Thanks to a Wet October, Report Says

Wildflowers in Texas could bloom earlier than usual this spring — and it could be the best wildflower season since 2010, thanks to above-average rainfall across the state during the fall.“The rain fell right at the best time for germination of bluebonnet seeds and our other winter annuals,” according to the Texas Bluebonnet and Wildflower Report.October’s rain in particular could be key, the report said. Historically, there has been less bluebonnet coverage in years that follow Octobers with below-average rainfall, it said.  Continue reading...

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