Bluebonnets are starting to crop up all around the state. We have been seeing many blooms at our farms and on the sides of the road.
Keep your eyes peeled, wildflower season is here!
Planting tip: If you want to plant wildflowers to bloom next spring, plan to get them in the ground this fall. Of course, you can plant this spring and they will come up, but they might take a full cycle before they bloom. We have learned if you plant wildflowers in the fall, they will sprout up, then go dormant and when they wake up in the spring they are ready to produce many flowers.