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  • Carrollton
  • Plants Seen: Black-eyed Susan
Judy C says:

In the back of the park along the canal where are the black-eyed susans.

Plants Seen: Black-eyed Susan

Sighted on: 2019-05-27

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  • Johnson City
  • Plants Seen:
Margaret & Hugo I says:

Enjoy bluebonnets around Pedernales Falls State Park. Also highly recommend the nice bird blinds.

Found this house around Fisher, Texas. Only a few more payments and it's ours!

Around San Antonio, flowers all over in parts of town: Oak Hills area. Laureate and Research, just to name a few.

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Sighted on: 2019-04-20

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  • Orange Grove
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Paul C says:

I walk a lot on my property and take a lot of pictures and saw this flower but cannot identify it!

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Sighted on: 2019-04-05

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04/14/19 09:27 AM CST

Janet W says:

Scarlet guaranteed also can be white. I have seen both in San Antonio area and hill country

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04/14/19 01:53 PM CST

Paul C says:

Thanks for your response Jane but in comparing picture of your description the flower does not look the same, Paul

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Ken B says:

Mostly early stage blooms with some moderate size bluebonnets on the outskirts of Austin and around the Hillcrest area. Most plants are close to the edge of the road. Not sure if that's due to warmth of the road with more mature plants along the edge or if seeding didn't reach far past the road edge.

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush

Sighted on: 2019-03-09

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Joe A says:

Near one of the highest points in San Antonio on a fairly busy residential street, there were several patches of bluebonnets. This location has flowers every year, but this year they're 2-3 weeks early.

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets

Sighted on: 2019-02-23

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  • Floresville
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Cheryl A says:

Real pretty dark pink flowers.

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Sighted on: 2019-02-10

Cheryl A says:

Plants Seen: Bluebonnets

Sighted on: 2019-02-03