It's been a tradition for 54 years.
Tyler's Azalea and Spring Flower Trails kick off March 15.
The people behind the event say the blooms look to be right on track for another successful year, but the peak blooming time may be a tad bit early.
Joan and Guy Pyron have been a part of the Tyler Azalea Trails for 18 years now.
"I love it all," Joan Pyron said. "I love to work in the yard, I even like to pull weeds."
The Pyron home on Dobbs Street in the Azalea District serves as a home base of sorts for the event, including the ribbon cutting.
"I love the people coming in the backyard," Pyron said. "We've met so many nice people you wouldn't believe. The whole thing's a joy."
You've probably seen or heard about the Pyron dogs, Sarah and Maggie, too, who always steal the show in their doggie bonnets.
They also hold Easter baskets in their mouths.
"They seem to know when it's coming," Pyron said. "They see those baskets and hats and walk out there with a whole different attitude."
Kim Morris with Tyler's Convention and Visitor's Bureau says the trails were a huge success last year.
"The overall economic impact last year was $2,674,000," Morris said. "That's up $300,000 over 2011."
"The cool thing is, it's not just the chamber, the city, etc. (putting on the trails)," Morris added. "It's the community that puts it on and supports it. It's the homeowners that take so much pride in grooming their azaleas."
For more information on this year's trail events, click here .