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Here’s A First Look At San Antonio’s New U-Pick Tulip Field (PHOTOS)

It's more beautiful than we ever could have imagined!
Texas Tulips In San Antonio Just Opened & Here's First Look (PHOTOS)

After a wait longer than most of us would've liked, Texas-Tulips in San Antonio has finally opened! While many are making plans to visit it this weekend, we know not everyone can come out right away. So, we've decided to give those who are excited to see the new pick-your-own tulip field a first look at San Antonio's highly anticipated Texas-Tulips location. 

Don't worry if you aren't able to come out during the first weekend that the field is open.

Flowers, as we all know, take time to bloom. And San Antonio's newest tulip field is no different.

That's why, of course, Texas-Tulips' La Vernia location plans to stay open until late February, and their Dallas location, which doesn't open until mid-February, will stay open until late March.

There's no denying that the tulips that are blooming are incredibly beautiful.

As seen in the photo above, people are already taking advantage of the field's U-pick option.

U-pick, which is $2.50 per stem, gives guests the opportunity to pick out and leave with their very own tulips.

Get your prettiest vases at home ready, because they're about to be shook by what you bring home.

Before you leave the field, you'll be able to have your flowers wrapped in gorgeous paper and fed with flower gel.

After a long day of frolicking in flowers and taking those gorgeous pictures you've been dying to get, you'll need some relaxation.

No need to worry, San Antonio's location comes with picnic tables to hang out at with your friends and family.

Oh, and restrooms will be on site.

Whether you decide to come out to Texas-Tulips this weekend or a month from now, you're in for an amazing time!

Texas-Tulips San Antonio

Price: $5 

When: Now until late February

Address: 5122 FM 775, La Vernia, TX

Why You Need To Go: The pictures you'll get from this tulip field are going to be beautiful! Plus, you'll be able to say you were one of the first to experience San Antonio's first U-pick tulip field.

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