That's just a fancy word for flowers and plants. The Kerrville Chamber of Commerce brags about its great weather. That must be what's responsible for beautiful flowering shrubs such as this. Seen in mid to late March.
This just blew me away! Here we are in a Texas' hill country town of 20,000 people and they have this performing arts center. Amazing. Furthermore, they have their own orchestra - the Hill Country Symphony, choir - the Hill Country Chorale, present chamber music concerts and live theatre. Further reading lead me to understand the town also is home to music festivals featuring country, folk, and bluegrass, as well. I wonder if the citizens of Kerrville realize how fortunate they are.
We didn't have time to tour this museum, but we did stop to admire the impressive Romanesque structure built from native stone in 1879. According to the guide book, the museum features French crystal chandeliers, in addition to its antiques, artifacts, and memorabilia.
The Guadalupe River flows through the middle of town. There is a walking trail and park benches upon which to relax and enjoy the scene.