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A new "Wildflowers by Family” page has been added and the "Wildflowers by Common Name" page has been improved.

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Many new species have been added to the site from around Austin and Big Bend. Click here to see the most recent additions.

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The site has been changed to provide references to USDA Plants,  ITIS and other authoritative websites. A table on each species page provides this information along with descriptions of the plants.

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A new page Wildflowers by Name has been added to make it easier to find plants by scientific name. Click on the tab above.

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Search function has been added also. Click on the Search tab above. 

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Family names have been changed to conform to new APG guidelines.

Welcome to Texas Wildbuds!

...a collection of wildflower photos taken around the state, and mostly from Central Texas and Big Bend. 

The website is organized to show the species by color, name and places where they were taken. There are 375 identified species and varieties on the site as of December 30, 2016.

Click on the drop-down menus above to see some of the great variety of flowers the state offers. 

The objective in building this site was to display quality images of correctly identified wildflowers for others to reference, use and enjoy. A lot of care has been taken in plant identification but there are likely some mistakes. Please contact me if you find errors. 

Enjoy the photos. And be sure to check out the Colorado Wildflowers site, too!

Tom Lebsack


Below: False Dayflower (Tinantia anomala), Austin. 

Banner photo: Rick Capozza took this great shot of bluebonnets in the Llano area.

The photographs on this site are copyrighted, but can be used with prior permission and attribution.  Please contact me to request permission or if you would like prints. 
















© Tom Lebsack 2017