Texas Wildflowers – Part 2

While Texas Bluebonnets are always crowd-pleasers, one of the other more populous Texas Wildflowers, would be the Indian Paintbrush, which possesses an orange to red hue with creme tips. Indian Paintbrushes in a normal year tend to start blooming as the Bluebonnets begin to peak and fade. They tend to reach similar heights to the bluebonnets, and can offer some great contrast which can really help to really bring out the blue hues in the Bluebonnet.

 

 

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Texas Wildflowers – Part 1

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