Never leaving.

Wildflowers and Butterfly
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What do wildflowers and Texas have in common? We can't get enough of either.

If you feel the same way about the Lone Star State and gorgeous blooms, you'll want to plan a trip to Arnosky Family Farms. This Hill Country wonder in Blanco, Texas came to be in 1990 and now includes 20 acres of flowers and 22 greenhouses. If you're traveling to Minnesota, the Arnosky family also has a soon-to-be-opened peony farm, Superior Peonies near Lake Superior.

While wandering around the bucolic Texas landscape, there's practically no flower fantasy the farm and market can't fulfill — whether you're in the market for local and seasonal wedding flowers or a special centerpiece for the holidays. After you're done breathing in the fragrant air, flowers are available for purchase; you can also email for information on wedding and events floral arrangements. Scroll down to see photos of the wondrous farm or visit their Facebook page for more information here.

Thinking of planning a flowers-focused getaway? If you love flowers, Texas has no shortage of great places to scope these beauties out, from Poston Gardens in Waxahachie, Texas to Quarry Flower Farm in Celina, Texas.

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Now, the only question that remains is this: Who are we going to kick out of the back seat of the car so we can transport all these wildflowers home?