Remembering Wildflowers of Spring 2019

photos by Sherri Sweet

As the early spring wildflowers fade and the late spring riot of yellowness takes their place, we’d like to share some beautiful photos our member, Sherri Sweet, took. They will bring back some great memories!

A field of Indian Paintbrush north of Giddings on a country road.
RR 2323 northwest of Fredericksburg.
Blue and white beauty.
A Kinder Morgin pipeline with bluebonnets as far as the eye can see, to the far hills. Northwest of Fredericksburg.
Up fairly close and personal with the bluebonnets in our yard outside Fredericksburg.
Wade through the bluebonnets to our door at the ranch near Fredericksburg.
Bluebonnet field south of Lexington on FM 3403.
Sand verbena, now known as vervain.

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