Jacob's Well, Wimberley, Texas. Jacob’s Well is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas. It’s basically a spring-fed pool that is made by the thousands of gallons of water per minute that surge up into the well. The well acts as headwaters to Cypress Creek, which flows through Wimberley and feeds both the Blue Hole and the Blanco River. 30°02'04.0"N 98°07'34.0"W
Turquoise Creative - Corn Lilies can be found in marshy mountain meadows in spring and summer, their wide, curling green leaves growing together in tight colonies. While the plant has been useful in cancer research, it is deadly if consumed--as little as a half a gram ingested can be fatal. According to Wikipedia, Native Americans used the juice pressed from the roots of this plant to poison arrows before combat.