this place is a short drive from my grandma's house in the hillcountry, and we visited this past weekend, on my birthday as a matter of fact. it's so beautiful, even in the heat (102 that day i think). we picked up some wildflower seeds there, which i'll plant in the fall in the sunny parts of our yard (wherever that yard might be) and hopefully they'll appear next spring. the best time to visit the farm is when all the poppies and bluebonnets are in bloom, making the 200 acres of land really colorful. it's the largest working wildflower farm in the united states, and such a dreamy spot.