TEXAS, USA — Spring is upon us and that means the beautiful Texas wildflowers are getting ready to bloom. But the colorful fields may be even more beautiful this year, according to a report.

Wildflower Haven released its Texas Bluebonnet and Wildflower Report for 2019, and let's just say Texans may be in for a sweet surprise. 

According to the report, "Unless the rest of February and March end up being well below normal in rainfall and well above normal in temperature, we should see the best wildflower season since 2010." 


Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center expects earlier bluebonnet blooms this year

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The Hill Country can expect an "above average to well above average" wildflower season, the report said.

Although colorful fields will be a sight to see this Spring, they most likely won't match up to Texas' 2010 wildflower season.

"The 2019 Spring Wildflower Season in some ways may resemble the 2010 once-in-a-lifetime season," the report said. "There are some negative factors at play, so don't count on a season exactly like 2010."

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center said it expects bluebonnets to bloom earlier than usual this year, adding it is already seeing early bloomers like windflowers, Texas Red Buds and the Elbow Bush flower. 

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