Barton Creek Greenbelt Wildflowers

I took a walk to the Barton Creek Greenbelt with my son Travis, his girlfriend Kerri, and their dogs Moko and Trina this afternoon. We walked from the house to the Hill of Life damn and back. About 5 miles. Lots of wildflowers. I don’t know the names of most of them, so help me out if you can.

I can verify that the Texas Bull Nettle will sting you if you touch it lightly and the sensitive briar will fold up it’s leaves. The green flowered milkweed is the plant the Monarch butterflies feed on when they migrate from Mexico to Canada.

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