Founded by former first lady Lady Bird Johnson and actress Helen Hayes, the National Wildflower Research center was officially renamed the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in 1995. This 279-acre botanical garden exclusively displays plants native to Texas and “exists to introduce people to the beauty and diversity of wildflowers and other native plants.” –


The center features various gardens including the 4.5-acre family garden with more than a dozen family friendly interactive features to choose from. Explore art exhibits, walking trails, or climb to the top of the San Antonio Observation Tower for a breathtaking view of the Wildflower Center.


The Wildflower Center hosts myriad events throughout the year, including Spring and Fall Plant Sales, and Christmas Luminations. Or, host your own event – from weddings to birthday parties, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is a beautiful backdrop!


Located just 10 miles from downtown Austin, the Wildflower Center is just a stones’ throw from one of the city’s largest master planned communities, Circle C Ranch. Circle C includes more than 4,800 homes, two swim centers, a fire station, two elementary schools, as well as 500+ acres of dedicated parkland. Ride your bike to HEB or various dining and entertainment options including Alamo Drafthouse.


But, Circle C isn’t your only option – this area of Austin is home to numerous neighborhoods to suit every need and budget. Contact me today to learn more!


Neighborhoods of interest in and around the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and Circle C Ranch

Julie Gualandri