The drought is withering away a Texas tradition. Wildflowers aren't just a pretty sight; they're an important part of the Texas economy, one that attracts visitors every spring.
Native Texan and master gardener Jessie Stephens recalls her first glance at the Texas bluebonnet. She's planting a new thought for folks this spring.
All you need is a container that drains and top soil to grow your own arrangement. But the best advice is get your hands dirty and plant your own Texas symbol in your backyard.
Even the recent rains won't help this year’s crop as they had to be planted and watered during the fall, but horticulturist say weather permitting, we'll see a full batch next year.
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