It is springtime in Spring Texas and spring means wildflowers and lots of them. Due to our colder and wetter winter than normal, this spring we have a bummer crop of wildflowers. Up and down I-45 the medians are filled with blue, red, and pink wildflowers. The most popular wildflower would have to be the bluebonnet which has the distinction of being Texas’s state flower.
You can find big patches of blue bonnets in numerous places around Spring Texas including Rob Fleming Park at the Creekside subdivision in the Woodlands where this video was shot.
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