April showers are to thank for the abundance of beautiful locations flooded with flowers. Seeing gorgeous flowers comes with the need to pick, buy, and smell your favorite ones. Why not do all of that in one place? Wildseed Farms is the biggest working wildflower farm in the nation and it's completely free to visit!
Wildseed Farms is located in Fredericksburg, Texas with over 200 acres there alone. If variety is what you're looking for, they have that too since basically every wildflower you can imagine is there (as long as they're in season)! Their open walking trails feel endless, and on your walk you'll be surrounded by flowers and all that they attract. Yep, that means butterflies! They're open everyday of the week from 9:30 am - 6:30 pm and their walking trails close an hour earlier.
Wildseed Farms has plenty of things to do and see while you're there. The Brewbonnet Biergarten has room to sit down and relax after a walk along one of their beautiful trails. There's plenty of drinks, jams, jellies, and salsas to be had! Their tasting tables are filled with the yummiest treats, you'll definitely want more than just a taste.
If dessert is what you're craving, they have that too. Their peach ice cream is made straight from locally grown peaches from the Stonewall Area. They're so good, they've started to become famous in Texas and after a long day of strolling through the outdoors this is probably the best way to cool off! Don't forget to stop by the shops within Wildseed Farms because their souvenirs are out of this world cute.
Wildseed Farms respectfully request pictures be taken from the trails next to the flowers and not in the flower beds. And they thank you for their understanding. For more information visit their website to learn all you need to know before making a visit! Wildseed Farms is located at 100 Legacy Drive, Fredericksburg, TX 78624
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