TEXAS BLUEBONNET Lupinus texenis
One of the most known wildflowers, the Texas Bluebonnet is easily grown seeds, and it can transform a field into a colorful display of lovely blue wild flowers!
The Texas Bluebonnet wildflower was adopted as the State Flower of Texas in 1901 and is most often seen in beautiful floral displays along road sides, in woodlands, and in pastures all over the state. Though native to Texas, these wild flowers grow in other states and areas in North America, and when planted in mass, the visual effect is stunning.
The scent of these blossoms has been diversely described, many people say they give off no scent, while others describe the scent as sweet.
Type: Hardy perennial
Hardiness zones: 3-10
Height: 60cm, 24"
Seeds per pack: 10
Note: Ornamental use only. Many plants have poisonous parts, these included. These seeds and/or plants are poisonous.
Germination: Soak the seeds overnight, then plant directly outdoors, ideally in fall. The seeds benefit from a cool wet winter, and will germinate in the spring. Be sure to mark where they are planted.