Spring Flower Trails Offer Blooming Good Time


Spring in the Upper East Side of Texas means blooms, blooms, and more blooms. From festivals to gardens to natural wildflowers along roadways, this part of the world offers a breathtaking backdrop to rival any in the world. Take a look at this list and set aside some time to stop and smell the roses and enjoy all these brightly colored beauties as this side of nature puts on its annual show.

Nacogdoches Azalea Trail. 888.653. 3788. www.visitnacogdoches.org.

Stephen F. Austin Mast Arboretum. Nacogdoches. 936.468.1832. www.sfagardens.sfasu.edu.

Tyler Azalea Trail. 903.592.1661. www.visittyler.com.

Tyler Rose Garden. 903.531.1213

Palestine Dogwood Trails. 903.723.3014. www.texasdogwoodtrails.com.

Linden Wildflower Trail. 903.240.1394.www.lindenwildflowertrails.net.

Mrs. Lee’s Daffodils. Gladewater. 903.845.5780. www.daffodilgarden.com.

East Texas Arboretum. Athens. 903.675.5630. www.easttexasarboretum.org.

Blue Moon Gardens. Edom. 903 852.3897. www.bluemoongardens.com

Mineola Nature Center. 903.569.6983. www.mineolanaturepreserve.com.

Glenda Mae’s Daylily Farm. Edom. 903.235.2529. www.glendamaesdaylilyfarm.com.

Ennis Bluebonnet Festival. 972.878. 4748. www.visitennis.org.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. 214.515.6615. www.dallasarboretum.org.

Emory Blooms. Scarbrough Haven. 903.473.3104. www.scarbroughhaven.com.

See more trails on www.countylinemagazine.com


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