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Texans flock to fields for pictures as bluebonnets flood the landscape

It is expected to be one of the best years for bluebonnets since 2010 and Central Texans are already getting out to take photos.

AUSTIN, Texas — The bluebonnets are blooming in Central Texas and Texans are heading out to take pictures.

A report by Wildflower Haven said the Texas Hill Country is expected to have an "above average to well above average" wildflower season.

There are already some spots on Texas highways where you can see bluebonnets flooding the landscape.

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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The report by Wildflower Haven said this should be the best wildflower season since 2010.

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