Obviously, since Texas is in the middle of a drought of biblical proportions, this year was not the most optimal time for visiting the floral displays at the Wildflower Center. That being said, I have been a regular visitor for the past several years (ever since we moved to Austin) and I am always impressed by the changing flora and fauna at the Center. It is not a formal garden destination - the Center's focus has always been wildflowers and the native hill country habitat. Walk the trails and explore the wildflower gardens, look for birds and butterflies, but above all, relax and enjoy your visit regardless of the season - there is always plenty to see.
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