For Dallas-Fort Worth, last fall was the wettest on record with 29.21 inches of rain from September to November, according to the National Weather Service. In October alone, Dallas-Fort Worth picked up 15.66 inches, nearly four times the area’s 4.21-inch average for the month.
Daniel Cunningham, a horticulturist and project manager with Texas A&M AgriLife Research, said North Texas is beginning to see promising signs of this year’s wildflower season, with basal rosettes already growing in dense patches across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
“Higher-than-average rainfall in most of North and Central Texas definitely bodes well for our bluebonnet forecast,” Cunningham said. “We’ve had ample rainfall this winter as well, assuring that moisture is not likely to limit their growth.”
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