Fredericksburg is an enchanting spot nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Fredericksburg is known for its rich history, plentiful wineries, fresh peaches, and of course, being one of the best places to see Texas Hill Country wildflowers. Book your stay with Peach Tree Inn & Suites during the spring and summer to see for yourself. Our Fredericksburg hotel is set up like a neighborhood so our guests can truly experience Southern hospitality. The Peach Tree Inn & Suites team can’t wait to welcome you to one of the most charming hotels in Fredericksburg, TX!
Immerse Yourself in the Wildflowers of Texas Hill Country
In 1965 the Lady Bird Johnson’s Highway Beautification Act planted wildflowers throughout the United States roadways, especially in the Texas Hill Country she called home. The peak wildflower season in the Texas Hill Country is March through October but will vary depending on the weather. Below are some of the best spots to see Texas Hill Country wildflowers:
- Wildseed Farms is the largest United States working wildflower farm and features over 200 acres of wildflower fields.
- Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park is a Fredericksburg gem filled with many trails featuring stunning views of wildflowers.
- Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools features 17 historic schools from as far back as 1847, with breathtaking views of wildflowers.
- Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park is overflowing with history and has dreamy views of Texas Hill Country wildflowers.
- Enchanted Rock State Natural Area has drawn in travelers for thousands of years with the pink granite Enchanted Rock. The park’s beauty truly blossoms during the Texas Hill Country wildflower season.
Our 3 Favorite Texas Hill Country Wildflowers
- Bluebonnet Wildflowers are easy to identify with their vibrant blue colors. They are one of the most abundant wildflowers in the Texas Hill Country.
- Purple Coneflowers are absolutely stunning, with pink petals and a bright orange center. These wildflowers are also popular in herbal teas to boost the immune system.
- Pink Evening Primrose is one of Fredericksburg’s most lovely and popular wildflowers. Despite their dainty light pink and bright yellow appearance, these wildflowers are tough and outlast many other Texas Hill Country wildflowers.