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Wednesday - January 30, 2013

From: Fredericksburg , TX
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Topic: Wildflowers
Title: Blooming time for bluebonnets in Fredericksburg, TX
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Any idea of when the Bluebonnets are expected to be in bloom I Fredericksburg TX, this year?

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About an hour ago, we answered a similar question, the answer to which has more links to several other similar questions.

 

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