Typically, semaglutide for sale in my photo album there’s a photo of me in the bluebonnets taken by my grandmother, a photo of my sons in the bluebonnets, taken by me, and a photo of my granddaughter in the bluebonnets taken by my daughter-in-law.There on my left were the beautiful gardens full of brilliant color, and I joined in, pulling over and heading back.
Isn’t it time you had a photo of your family in the bluebonnets? Why not make plans this year to have a drive in Central Texas and start a new family tradition? Bluebonnets, the state flower, grow all over the Texas Hill Country, from San Antonio up to Dallas and for two weekends in April people come from all around for what has become one of central Texas’ major events.
“Don’t be surprised,” says an article in the Austin Statesman “to see 30 to 40 cars pulled off the road at some spots, with children squatting in neck-high fields of lupinus, better known as bluebonnets, smiling for the family camera.”
In fact it’s such an event, there are hotlines you can call that track sightings of wildflowers and tell you the best places: Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center (http://www.wildflower.org ) – 512-832-4037, and Texas Department of Transportation – 1-800-452-9292 – which provides tourism information and also the option to hear reports on wildflower sightings throughout the state.
When you come, plan your trip to include WILDSEED FARMS ( www.wildseedfarms.com ), the largest working wildflower seed farm in the US. I discovered the farm on my way to visit LYNDON B. JOHNSON STATE PARK, which is between Fredericksburg and Johnson City. I was driving along the highway, and all of a sudden cars were swerving, stopping, pulling over, and heading back.