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HAVE YOU NOTICED THE WILDFLOWERS IN BLOOM IN AUSTIN
Dated: April 1 2016
It's that time again for the spread of bright orange and blue wildflowers in Austin. These gorgeous wildflowers are not only beautiful but they help conserve water, reduce mowing costs and make a great habitat for birds, butterflies and help in preventing soil erosion.
If you haven't noticed them yet , just take a walk on a greenbelt, drive by the highway, or visit a farm. You can also visit the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center.
The Center conserves plants and native landscapes with 1 million saved native plant seeds. They have 3000 citizen scientists that work to fight invasive species and 97,000 acres of land restored through Center projects.
For more information visit wildflower.org or 4801 La Crosse Ave, Austin, TX 78739.
Ladybird Johnson Wildlife Center in Austin
Wildflowers I saw on a recent drive along Hog eye road in Manor, Texas