Every year in early spring, the Bluebonnets pop up covering Texas fields and highways. It’s an incredible experience to go for a day-trip to Ennis to view this beautiful wildflower fields and click pictures with it.
In 1901, the Texas Legislature named the bluebonnet, the state flower. In North Texas, they peak in mid to late April. Photo Credits: Abhilasha Jangam
From April 1-30, Ennis showcases over 40 miles of mapped driving Bluebonnet Trails sponsored by the Ennis Garden Club. These trails are the oldest such trails known in the state, and tens of thousands of people drive to Ennis to view this wonderful wildflower show. Photo Credits: Abhilasha Jangam
Ennis was designated by the 1997 State Legislature as the home of the Official Texas Bluebonnet Trail and was designated the Official Bluebonnet City of Texas.
Clicking pictures in a field of bluebonnets is something Texans do every year. Photo Credits: Abhilasha Jangam
This wildflower grows without any maintenance and helps to beautify the roads. Texas Department of Transportation buys and sows several pounds of this wildflower seed each year. Photo Credits: Abhilasha Jangam
Ennis’ Lake Bardwell is a serene spot to witness a beautiful sunset, to click sun-kissed pictures and to end your day trip with a peaceful state of mind. Photo Credits: Abhilasha Jangam