Easy, care-free, drought tolerant and gorgeous—wildflowers are the focus of a nationwide celebration from May 1-7, 2017.
Did You Know? Now in its 30th year, National Wildflower Week was founded in 1987 by the American Wildflower Society. The observance took on a decidedly Texas flavor in 2002 when Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center made it their own.
Stop to enjoy the wildflowers when you visit our parks and stroll our pathways:
- Tread lightly and stay on the path.
- Please, don’t pick the flowers.
- Take only photographs and memories when you leave.
- Add Texas native plants and wildflowers to your own landscape.