Open Your Spirit to the Beauty of Wildflowers in the Texas Hill Country


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“My special cause, the one that alerts my interest and quickens the pace of my life, is to preserve the wildflowers and native plants that define the regions of our land – to encourage and promote their use in appropriate areas and thus help pass on to generation in waiting the quiet joys and satisfactions I have known since my childhood.”
- Lady Bird Johnson



It’s time to start planting – or throwing out your window – wild flower seeds on the back roads of Texas. Let’s carry on the legacy of Lady Bird Johnson and see nature’s majestic pride come to life. Travel the back roads of history that forecast the seeds of the future. Bluebonnet seeds thrown in the late summer or early fall will bloom the following April, May and even into June. Bluebonnets prefer calcareous, alkaline soil such that of Central Texas and the Hill Country.

Explore how wild flowers impact our food chain and their symbiosis to a healthy economy, wildlife, and ecological security.

Visit us in Kingsland, Texas. The back roads are truly awesome, and will give you a show you won’t soon forget.

We are so excited about our new product in Kingsland, Texas. Waterside cottages at affordable prices! Private Marina for housing your watercraft!

Interested in a return on your investment? Call me today for further information.


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