STATE FLOWER OF TEXAS SINCE 1901
You would be hard pressed to find anyone in the world who couldn't name the State Flower of Texas! Yet, few folks know there are actually 5 legal state flowers in Texas, and believe it or not, all of them are BLUEBONNETS!!
If ever on a road trip, you'll know you're in Texas when you begin passing miles and miles of road, lined in remarkable tight clusters of these native, deep-royal blue flowers. Though endemic to our larger Southern state, the word is getting out that Texas Bluebonnets can be grow in many states!
So why not add a touch of old southern charm to your Spring garden by planting your Texas Bluebonnets this Fall.
DIRECT SOW: FALL (Sept-Dec) 1/4' in loose soil with FULL SUN. Or in Pots.
BLOOMS: MARCH-SPRING! Sprouting when your temperature hits 60 degrees plus.