Working With Nature For The Beauty Of Us All
Lupinus texensis, one of five Bluebonnets recognized as the Texas state flower, is the most common and widely recognized species, known for its deep blue flowers with white tips. Famous for its striking blue and white blooms that often beautify Texas highways, it's ideal for meadows, prairie gardens, English gardens, or as a vibrant border in garden beds. The Texas Bluebonnet features elongated clusters of up to 50 pea-like blue flowers with white centers. It blooms from early to late spring, attracting butterflies and native bees. In winter, the plant showcases rosettes and circular clusters of leaves.
There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature—the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter. —Rachel Carson