Colorful pictures of the season wildflowers in Texas
• Colorful photos season wildflowers in Texas
Texans take their wildflowers very seriously, not only because they are impressive bloom every spring. Great understanding of the importance of wildflowers - and in the general ecology of plants native land - we are seeing across the country today, it emerged here in Texas, thanks to the Lady Bird Johnson.
During and after a stay of Lyndon Johnson in the White House, First Lady promoted the idea for the study, dissemination and preservation of native plants in Texas and throughout the rest of the country, and helped establish the National Research Center of field crops in 1982, and the Center for wildflowers named Lady Bird Johnson in 1995. Both centers are located in Austin.
The Texans today - organizations and individuals - have taken up the mission to provide information, and, if you are in the state during the seasons of flowering wildflowers (from mid-March to mid-May), the Internet, you will find tons of fun, reports monitoring and reference books on plant determination, which will allow you to determine that now blooms and where. Here's a quick overview of what you can see in Texas wildflowers blooming season.
Lost in a sea of Lupine Lupine - a symbol of the State of Texas, and if you visit the state during blooming wildflowers, you can see the entire field of lupine in bloom.
The Texas Indian paintbrush.
Contrast to the purple-blue lupine are fiery red Indian brush, flower also known as "prairie fire".
The Indian blanket (Gaillardia). Another common in Texas wild flower is a flower "Indian blanket" or "Wheel of Fire".
Tradescantia closeup. This flower, which come in different colors, but is most common in blue, as in the photo.
With a dog for a walk in the park Perdenelis Falls. Ragweed in bloom.
A carpet of wildflowers.
The picture shows a great example of the mixture of colors and species during the flowering season. Photo taken in the park Old Baylor.
Drummond Phlox. This type of flowers native to Texas, they can often be seen on the roadsides.
Goldenrod. On the picture, taken near Lake Grapevine, near the airport of Dallas / Fort -Uert.
Willow City Loop. A small photo processing image texture turns it into a work of art, near Fredericksburg.
Lupine. Close-up of Lupine on Highway 290 near the Brenhema.
antelope horns (Asclepias asperula). These flowers attract not so much color as the flower unusual geometry, which is evident.
Wildflowers in the city. You do not even need to go out of town to see the Texas wildflowers. These bloom in the middle of Austin.
Lupine Hill Country. The legendary scene of the Texas Hill Country: Field of lupine and trunks of oaks, are immersed in it. This is one of those species that comes to mind is longing for his native Texas traveler.
Wildflowers Guadalupe County. The photo was taken near Seguin, Texas.
Gaillardia. Macro picture of a flower shown in photo 3.
Field of Verbier. Flowering verbena near Frideriksburga, Texas.
Lupine the fog. Morning fog makes the color of the lupine even brighter.
The Texas lupine and several species called "Blyubonne" (blue hat). It is a symbol of Texas
Rare flowers. Every year the conditions for wild flowers suitable. flowering time and the number of colors is largely dependent on winter precipitation and spring warmth. Luckily, this year, all the conditions are met.
Happy season wildflowers in Texas