10 Reasons Why You’ll Hate The Plants That Cover Texas Hill Country

Texas Hill Country is blanketed in numerous different species of plant life that are just too good to be true. Looking at some of these photographs, the only thing that comes to mind is: no way, that can’t be real! It must be photoshopped, right?

But those who reside in the hill country know all too well that it is indeed flourishing with rich and vivid colored plants and just teeming with life.

That being said, here are ten reasons why you’ll absolutely “hate” the hill country plant life. Isn’t it just so bland and boring?

1. There is absolutely no color.

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2. There’s a huge shortage of wildflowers. 

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3. Everything is just so monotone.

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4. Don’t get us started on the shrubs.

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5. And the cacti? They’re only good for one thing, and it’s not beauty! 

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6. There is absolutely nothing for the herbivores to eat. How do they survive?

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7. There are no species native to the hill country.

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8. The plants lack any sort of fragrance. 

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9. Nothing is edible to the human inhabitants.

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10. Overall, it just really isn’t much to look at.

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So, what do you think? 

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