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Spring in Texas means that wildflower season is here. Many Texans can’t wait for spring to see the state wildflower in bloom, the Texas bluebonnet. Although the bluebonnet is an iconic Texas wildflower and undoubtedly the most popular one, there are plenty of other incredible native wildflowers that bloom during this season, too, such as Indian blankets, Indian paintbrushes, and Blackfoot daisies, to name a few.
Spring wildflowers in Texas, especially bluebonnets, typically start to show up as early as February, while March and April are peak months for the colorful flora. Pack a picnic and your camera and head to these top places in Texas to view wildflowers this spring.