Wordless Wednesday - Seen along the road

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Real Estate Broker Owner with iTexas Realty Co.

Yesterday, I was caught at a light along the Loop 1604 frontage road here in north central San Antonio and as I looked out my car window, I spied some bluebonnets and other wildflowers. 

Texas Bluebonnet in San Antonio

A lot of time, newcomers to San Antonio, Texas don't realize how excited we get about the wildflowers - the city mowing schedule works around them!  This photo shows how green our area will be for until about Thanksgiving when we have our "dry" season.  It's a truly beautiful area!

 

 

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Sara Woolford & Steve Golson in friendly San Antonio, Texas  

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Sara and Steve,

We love those blue bonnets, here we start spring with California poppies and lupines.  They let us know spring is here.!  Thanks

March 28, 2010 10:19 AM
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I have always missed the bluebonnets since we don't have them out here. However, I've noticed that in addition to ice plant this year, there are a lot of lupines along the freeways. I think someone drove along all the freeways late last year and threw lupine seeds out the window, ala Johnny Appleseed.

March 28, 2010 01:42 PM
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I have always missed the bluebonnets since we don't have them out here. However, I've noticed that in addition to ice plant this year, there are a lot of lupines along the freeways. I think someone drove along all the freeways late last year and threw lupine seeds out the window, ala Johnny Appleseed.

March 28, 2010 01:44 PM
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I have always missed the bluebonnets since we don't have them out here. However, I've noticed that in addition to ice plant this year, there are a lot of lupines along the freeways. I think someone drove along all the freeways late last year and threw lupine seeds out the window, ala Johnny Appleseed.

March 28, 2010 01:44 PM
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I have always missed the bluebonnets since we don't have them out here. However, I've noticed that in addition to ice plant this year, there are a lot of lupines along the freeways. I think someone drove along all the freeways late last year and threw lupine seeds out the window, ala Johnny Appleseed.

March 28, 2010 01:45 PM
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