Wednesday, May 29, 2019



Great Deals for this Weekend! 5/31-6/2 
Sneak Away to Relax. 


Summer is Here! Celebrate with a Weekend Getaway.
Summer has arrived at Sage Hill Inn! Come celebrate a relaxing getaway and cool off in the pool this weekend. When you book a 
2-night stay from May 31st - June 2nd, receive $100 off the room total plus a complimentary 60 min spa treatment. Please call us at the front desk 512-268-1617 to receive this deal. 
Valid for new reservations only, spa offer subject to availability. Cannot be combined with other discounts.
Our new menu by Chef Benjamin includes this delicious
Scottish Salmon with herbs and flowers from the gardens. 


With all the lovely spring rains there are still many wildflowers around these 88 acres to enjoy. Take a hike on one of our many trails and check out this delightful scenery. 

Did You Know?
  • There are over 5,000 species of wildflowers in the state of Texas.
  • All species of the Bluebonnet are considered the State Flower. There are also white bonnets and pink bonnets. These will not necessarily bloom the next year true to color if they are mixed among bluebonnets. This is due to their being pollinated by bees and if the bee goes from a bluebonnet to a white bonnet and pollinates the white bonnet, then it could come back as a bluebonnet.
  • More than 20% of wildflowers are in the Sunflower family.
  • Indian Paintbrush comes in colors ranging from orange to yellow to purple.
  • Goldenrod is often confused with ragweed which causes hayfever. However, the goldenrod is not a wind pollinated plant. It is pollinated by bees.




  • Yucca plants are often found in West Texas and items such as soap and baskets can be made from them.
  • Prickly poppies have branched, prickly stems and are an abundant supplier of pollen for insects. They come in white, red and pink colors.
  • Horsemint is in the Mint Family and tea can be made from its leaves. It also attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds who are seeking nectar. It blooms from May to September.
all this info about the wildflowers is thanks to https://www.txdot.gov


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