Monday, March 1, 2010

4/17/07 outside Stonewall Texas

My idea of a meadow. Fields full of Texas Bluebonnets. After all the refreshing rains we have received here recently this year promises to be full of beautiful blooms again. If you have a chance schedule a trip to the Texas Hill Country sometime in April and experience these fields yourself. (Bring your camera.)

Gardening Gone Wild Photo Contest this month is on the American Meadow Garden.

6 comments:

Apron Senorita said...

Oh so beautiful. My kids and I just moved to New Braunfels, so I'm looking forward to the spring wildflowers. With the rain we have had lately, I'm sure the flowers are going to be gorgeous!

Have a great day!!
Yoli :)

lifeshighway said...

Beautiful, I have never seen bluebonnets in person. How spectacular.

Jean said...

Lovely! I hope to be in central Texas the end of March. So I'm hoping the wildflowers will have started by then!

Paula said...

I'm looking forward to a great bluebonnet crop this year, with the snow and rain.

Hello. Fellow Texas Blogging Gal member here to let you know about a giveaway of my Snail Mail Notes. Notecards include Texas themes, BLUEBONNETS and scriptures. You can see giveaway details at http://lonestarlifer.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/snail-mail-notes-giveaway/ and see my notes at www.snailmailnotes.com.

LoneStarLifer
Paula

YayaOrchid said...

I've been wondering when those bluebonnets will be making their appearance. Hopefully we can make a trip to the Hill country when they are in full bloom. Hope you let us know!

Town Mouse said...

Stunning! Between your post and Pam's regular posts, I do think a visit to Texas would be fun. A bikeride in the spring would be fun, looks pretty flat...