While many Texans pulled out their turtlenecks and heavier clothing for fall, the first green nubs of wildflowers were popping up along roadsides and in fields. Thanks to decent rain, Texas is now due to end a dreary winter with an eye-popping spring season of bluebonnets, Indian blanket and many other wildflowers.
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Published: Feb. 26, 2010
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