Welcome to the Lost Pines Region of Texas. This is the proud home of historic cities chock-full of small-town charm, world-famous BBQ, a luxurious resort, hotels, B&Bs and so much more. All this nestled in and around the amazing beauty of more than 6,000 acres of Loblolly Pine forest in Bastrop. Whether you’re planning a day trip or a long weekend, your next road trip to the Lost Pines starts here.
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa 28 Aug 2014
We canâ€™t get enough of this vibrant beauty! Mexican Milkweed (Asclepias Curassavica) is a mid-summer bloomer that makes a great addition to even the sunniest areas in your garden. In addition to attracting the gazes of passers-by, this red-orange bloomer also attracts butterflies aplenty â€“ namely the regal Monarch. These winged wonders rely on the plant to host their eggs and feed their hatchlings. Sadly, the monarch population has seen a decline in recent years due to loss of habitat. For this reason, Jonathan Pixler, horticulturist and resident â€œPlant Whisperer,â€ urges friends to consider adding Mexican Milkweed into the gardening mix to lend these fanciful creatures a helping hand.
The natural beauty of the Lost Pines Region captivated Native Americans, Spanish explorers and early pioneers. Experience it yourself — in style — at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa. With the perfect blend of approachable luxury and wilderness adventure, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines offers a Texas experience you’ll never forget.
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