Spring is in full bloom here in Texas, so we’ve rounded up 10 must sees where you can see the most beautiful spring flowers around DFW, from bluebonnets to Indian paintbrushes and more!

Updated April 2022


Arbor Hills Nature Preserve 

The 200-acre park is a sight to behold for natural beauty, including spring blooms like bluebonnets and more wildflowers / Plano


Ennis Blue Bonnet

Experience 40 miles of blooming bluebonnet driving trails from April 1-30 and the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails Festival April 8-10 / Ennis 


Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Established in 1934, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden is the oldest major botanic garden in Texas where you'll currently find bluebonnets, roses, and more / Fort Worth


Fort Worth Nature Center

This nature preserve has over 20 miles of trails to see and experience stunning natural wildflowers / Fort Worth 


Lavender Ridge

Spend the day roaming through multiple perennial gardens and more seasonal blooms, plus around June you can pick from 2 acres of fresh lavender fields / Gainesville 


Texas Discovery Garden

This urban gardens spans over 7.5 acres with gorgeous flowers maintained using sustainable methods / Fair Park


The Bush Center

Visit their 15-acre urban park and spot wildflowers and bluebonnets around early May along the trail / University Park 


The Dallas Arboretum

Named “one of the best places to see stunning Spring blooms across the south” by Southern Living experience the 50,000 blossoms at Dallas Blooms / White Rock


Tyler Rose Museum

Developed to display Tyler’s rose growing industry, the flower gardens are free to enter and enjoy / Tyler 


White Rock Lake

Around April or May, spot picturesque white flowers in the fields around White Rock Lake / White Rock


Dallas Heritage Village

Enjoy all that Dallas’ oldest city park has to offer, including touring the largest and finest collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings / Cedars


PS right off the DFW highways are notoriously known for patches of bluebonnets during spring time! 

Photo courtesy of Ennis Blue Bonnet