The Texas Hill Country in Spring means one thing and one thing along: wildflowers. Surround yourself with glory. Spend some time this spring in a Hill Country Bed and Breakfast.
Bluebonnets are blooming now, and should peak in a week or two. When bluebonnets fade, they are quickly replaced by red Texas Paintbrush, pink and yellow Indian Blankets, and cheerful yellow Greenthreads. Fields fill with rich, purple Winecups, yellow Primrose, Prairie Verbena, and more.
Travel the Texas Hill Country Wildflower Trail through Brady, Burnet, Early, Fredericksburg, Goldthwaite, Johnson City, Llano, Mason and San Saba. Keep an eye out for blooming Prickly Pear Cactus, tall Yarrow-Milfoil, and delicate Flax and Antelope Horns. Look for Mexican Poppies, Phlox, and Lemon Mint.
Yes, the Hill Country of Texas blooms each spring. The air is thick with the fragrance of flowers. It can fill a heart with joy for months.
Hill Country B&Bs welcome flower lovers this spring. Give yourself over to delight.