On Wednesdays for the month of April, I will post wildflower photos taken around the farm. It seems March showers bring April flowers. At least in these parts of the country!
So enjoy the beauty of the famous Texas Wildflower season!
Here are some Indian Paintbrush...such a pretty flower, a brilliant orange, with hints of red. They are one of the early bloomers in wildflower season.
These are in ditches on roads all around the farm. We don't have ditches this deep in front of our property, now we kind of wish we did. I'm not sure what these are called, I need to find our Wildflowers of Texas book...
Here is a closeup...so pretty and these come up every year, growing wild with no human intervention, year after year. Love them!
And finally (for today) this is the "buttercup" as it is called by many, but we believe they are actually called "pink evening primrose"?
So refreshing and vibrant...
More wildflower photos next Wednesday!