Spring is in the air, the air smells of Texas wildflowers, the birds are delightful (except on weekends when you’re trying to sleep in), and just when we thought Summer had settled in early, a late cold front brought the temperamental nature of Texas weather roaring back to the forefront of our thoughts.
March comes in like a lion, as they say, or here in Texas, it might be more fitting to say it comes in like a wild boar. One certainty in the Lone Star State each year though is the preponderance of gloriously beautiful wildflowers that coat every moist, green landscape in sight.
Every good Texan can identify a bluebonnet, and most can identify an Indian Paintbrush. There are some learned scholars who can identify more than that. Are you one of them? Look at each image and then scroll below it to find out if you named each one of these correctly.
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