The best time to visit Texas is Springtime because the roadways and cattle fields turn into massive seas of blue! But not in a sense of water. We’re talking about the Texas state flower, the Bluebonnets! And we’re going to show you where to find those mass carpets of blue perennials stretch for miles everywhere you look! So, start your engines because we’re going to take you on a ride to the best places to see Bluebonnets in Texas!
The United States has some of the most spectacular wildflower super blooms in the entire world. Spring wildflowers emerge across the coastal valleys of the west, mountainsides and even in the harsh desert environments of some of our National Parks. But, did you know a super bloom does not happen every year?
Today, countless Lavender Farms in the U.S. are sprouting up all over; ranging from small family farms to large commercial lavender growing facilities that harvest for essential oils and culinary uses. These aromatic lavender fields are great relaxing getaways to get an amazing zenful experience. You’ll love visiting these gorgeous lavender fields year after year!
Botanical gardens, also known as botanic gardens are typically open year round. However, did you know that most botanical gardens are in urban cities all across the United States? Flora and fauna, these public gardens are where beautiful horticultural landscapes meet cityscapes. And they are just waiting for you to smell their bloomers!