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Wildseed Farms

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Beautiful everywhere you looked

Pumpkins Flowers, pots. Food, this place is a fun place to visit. Lots to see wine tasting... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Blue Ridge, Texas
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Love it!

This is probably my favorite place in the area. As a prospective gardener (we just bought a house... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Palestine, Texas
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“gift shop”(140 reviews)
Wildseed Farms is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, just seven miles east of Fredericksburg, Texas. Come by and see us seven days a week, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Bring the camera and capture the ultimate in wildflower photographs! Spend as...more
100 Legacy Dr, Fredericksburg, TX 78624-7578
+1 830-990-1393
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 29 July 2005

The Wildseed Farms was a highlight of our first trip to Fredericksburg. There wasn't much growing in late July except sunflowers, but all that yellow was beautiful. Loving gift shops, I was in heaven enjoying all the glassware, ceramics, decorative items for fall, Toland flags,...More

5  Thank jblwright
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Reviewed 14 April 2007

I had been to Wildseed farms years ago and it was such a wonderful experience- there were two fields of flowers open to the public, which allowed parents to take pictures of their children amongst the red poppies and bluebonnets. Now that I have my...More

5  Thank cz123
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Pumpkins Flowers, pots. Food, this place is a fun place to visit. Lots to see wine tasting, waterfalls. A great place to visit!

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is probably my favorite place in the area. As a prospective gardener (we just bought a house that we plan to landscape ourselves) it is a gem.

Thank cemlady
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Gorgeous! Wildseed Farms has an unbelievable butterfly garden and fields and fields and fields of wildflowers. Wildseed Farm is connected to Wedding Oak Winery so, if you like, you can grab a glass of wine to take along as you wander around the property. We...More

Thank SteffaniFletcher
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

loved visiting the farm and the gift shop. There is a brewery and other fun things on site. The owner is so friendly

Thank aleashroot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Wildseed Farm is one of my favorite places to go in the Hill Country. They not only have different types of bags of seeds you can buy, depending on what mix of flowers you want to grow, they have a great gift area with...More

Thank mountainerlover10
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our second visit in two years. The flowers are always lovely and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The wine tasting room is cozy, but well-stocked. I could not remember which wine I had purchased before and the staff was able to...More

Thank sallyrP4662CB
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is an incredible nursery. They have everything for the garden, but what they really specialize in wildflowers and prairie grasses. They are the prairie wildflower and short and tall grass capitol! They have wildflower and native grass seed for every region of the country...More

Thank BnCrXplorerz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place has wild flowers and plenty of them. People come out to see the blue bonnets and it's a great place to take pictures, draw or just spend a couple of hours. You don't have to buy anything to go there but we had...More

1  Thank Marcus H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great setting with some wildflower fields adjacent; pumpkin patch in October. Lots to see and buy. Great place for gifts.

Thank suesloswing
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I was thinking we might have been able to get some epic bluebell shots here but they had them all cordoned off. It is still a greet spot to see all the colours of Texan wildflowers, and you can still get some great shots. They...More

Thank MellissaCase4680
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1 June 2018|
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Response from Ryan T | Property representative |
We recommend you broadcast the seeds, then just walk them in. We call it the Bluebonnet Stomp down here. You don't want the seeds to go more than twice the width of the seed into the ground. You should have been sent a... More
DeDe M
12 February 2018|
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Response from Dee H | Reviewed this property |
Definitely call them. I relied on their website and drove over. They were closed even though web said they were open.
Eleanor B
15 June 2017|
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Response from 884kathleenc | Reviewed this property |
That's a little early for flowers. If we've had rain in the winter, you may see a few. The weather should be in the 60's, but you never know in Texas.