In the first part of this series, we talked Texas bluebonnets, and in the second part, a variety of other wildflowers. In this third and last part, I just want to share something we ran into before seeing the natural fields of Texas bluebonnets showcased in part 1.
We were visiting Fredericksburg and the area, when we discovered a flower shop that was quite unusual. Wildseed Farms is growing wildflowers on a very large scale.
Imagine our astonishment, as we were first discovering the beauty that is spring in the Texas Hill Country.
Additionally, and something quite unconventional when you come from France, the owners of the farms let people go around and take pictures in the fields, without asking for purchase.
The place is also a very nice place to relax, read a book, or have a drink (or all of these!).