Spring weather is almost over here in Texas, but I want to prolong the spring feeling as long as I can. To do that I have included a link to my wildflower guide. These are wildlflowers or berries or other flora we have found at the ranch. Overall, there are almost 100 plants identified in this guide. I am amazed at the variety of flowers just found on our ranch and I find new ones each year. All of the photos are mine. And if you know what the unidentifed flowers are, please let me know.
To see the Cedar Hill Wildflower Guide, click here.
To identify many of these flowers, I used the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Guide. It was a wonderful resource. I also used Texas Wildflower Guide. If you want to be able to identify your wildflowers, you can always google “wildflower guides” and add the name of your state or country, but be sure to add the word “thumbnails” to your search. Unless the site has thumbnails that you can quickly scan, you could spend days clicking on obscure names until you happened on the one that matches your wildflower.
Here are a few photos to give you a preview.
|Verbena and Bluebonnets|
There was cedar on the house within, carved in the shape of gourds and open flowers; all was cedar, there was no stone seen. 1Kings 6:18