A Trip To Texas’ Neverending Tulip Field Will Make Your Spring Complete

Editor’s note: The La Vernia location of Texas Tulips is no longer open – it is now a private residence, so please do not visit. You can, however, visit the original farm in Pilot Point! 

One of the greatest natural wonders in Texas involves the fields of wildflowers that pop up every year blanketing the Lone Star State in color and beauty. In fact, while many people are busy being mesmerized by the bluebonnets, there is another flower making its rounds as well. Texas Tulips, a magical tulip field in Texas, is a vibrant, eye-popping wonderland. As the very first tulip field in the state, it’s no wonder people are lining up by the droves to visit.

Visit the field’s website or Facebook page to learn more about this ever-impressive tulip field in Texas.

Have you ever been to Texas Tulips in Pilot Point? Will you be attending the La Vernia location? Let us know your thoughts. Check out our previous article to learn more about the original field: A Visit To Texas’ Newest Tulip Farm Is The Best Thing You’ll Do This Spring.

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Tulip Field in Texas

March 16, 2021

Is there a place to pick flowers in Texas?

Beyond what we mentioned above in terms of Texas Tulips, there are plenty of other fields worth visiting to pick flowers. In fact, once spring season hits, there will be plenty of u-pick flowers in Texas of all different varieties. While many residents might think that u-pick farms are only reserved for fruits and vegetables, flowers are also another great way to bring some of nature home. Guests can pick flowers at Addy’s Flower Farm in Egypt, Texas by reservation only. Or Wild Berry Texas, an hour north of Dallas, also offers cut-your-own flowers, too!

What is the weather like in the spring in Texas?

Texas is known for having some pretty intense bouts of weather. From the extreme cold that hits during winter to the blast of heat throughout the summertime. While spring might not be as long in Texas as in other states, it is still relatively nice. March, April, and May make up spring in Texas, yet part of April and May can get quite hot. A few things to look out for during spring include the blooming wildflowers, intense thunderstorms, and more people outside enjoying the parks!

Are there any lavender farms in Texas?

When people start visiting during the warmer months, they often wonder what are the most popular things to do in spring in Texas. One of those activities involves visiting the local lavender farms! Many of these farms offer u-pick experiences, like Lavender Ridge Farms in Gainesville, Texas. This farm has been owned by the same family for the past 150 years and is still as beautiful as ever. Plus, you should also know that Blanco is known as the Lavender Capital of Texas, so it’s easy to see why it’s such a blast to visit during springtime.