The History Behind the Tahoka Daisy

  The first Texas native wildflower that became ingrained in my memory while working on saving a historic Texas ranch headquarters was a little purple, aster flower. Often it was a single stem flower and sometimes it grew in massive patches. Its growth pattern was correlated with annual rainfall amounts. The purple aster flower in…

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Meet My Favorite Wildflowers of 2019

This year has been great for rain in the Texas Rolling Plains area. The greens seem more vibrant this year and wildflowers have carpeted large areas with their blossoms. Yellows of Gordon’s bladderpod, to clasping coneflowers, to lavenders of horsemint and American basketflowers are just a few of the massive blooms. I’ve been biologically monitoring…

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