A waterfall flows over man-made caves at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, Texas. Visitors to the center named for the late wife of President Lyndon B. Johnson can stroll along paths featuring colorful blooms abuzz with butterflies, relax while swinging under towering oaks and let their children play in a new family garden.
A waterfall flows over man-made caves at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, Texas. Visitors to the center named for the late wife of President Lyndon B. Johnson can stroll along paths featuring colorful blooms abuzz with butterflies, relax while swinging under towering oaks and let their children play in a new family garden. Eric Gay The Associated Press
A waterfall flows over man-made caves at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, Texas. Visitors to the center named for the late wife of President Lyndon B. Johnson can stroll along paths featuring colorful blooms abuzz with butterflies, relax while swinging under towering oaks and let their children play in a new family garden. Eric Gay The Associated Press

Lady Bird Johnson’s legacy lives on at wildflower center

September 20, 2014 7:00 AM

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