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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.

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Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa
28 Aug 2014

We can’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 – 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 “Plant Whisperer,” urges friends to consider adding Mexican Milkweed into the gardening mix to lend these fanciful creatures a helping hand.

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Lost Pines Resort

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. 


Name: The Farm Street Opry - September
Date(s): 9/4/2014

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