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A Wildflower Ramble at Clymer Meadow PreserveOn a blustery morning in April, the gently rolling green hills of Clymer Meadow Preserve look vaguely like the scene of an Easter egg hunt. Three dozen visitors scatter across the lush terrain at this nearly 1,500-acre expanse near Celeste, about sixty miles northeast of Dallas. Everyone pauses periodically to crouch low and peer into a blanket of broadleaf plants, flowers, and grasses. Some use their phones to snap photos; others just admire the greenery. But they’re not after jelly beans or chocolate rabbits. Like me, they’ve come to the preserve, most of which was acquired in 1986 by the Nature Conservancy in Texas, for a public wildflower tour. Nature Conservancy lands in the state aren’t usually open to the public, but this event is one…

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