The Texas Bluebonnet is the State Flower of the Lonestar State. The shape of the lovely petals reminded Texans of the bonnets worn by the pioneer women who came west, thus its name. Not here would enjoy going East Texas
Bluebonnet ~ Lupinus Subcarnosus, State Flower of Texas - Bluebonnet is a name given to a number of species of the genus Lupinus - the shape of the petals of the flower resembles the bonnet worn by pioneer women to shield them from the sun
Texas Bluebonnet (Lupinus Texenis)- No wildflower is so well known as Texas Bluebonnet. It's easily grown from Texas Bluebonnet seeds, and it can transform a field of little interest into a colorful display of lovely blue wild flowers!
Here in Texas we have lots of tracks & bluebonnets. The steel is still here and this track could be refurbished. So many miles of our railroads were shipped to Japan to be melted and remolded and sold back to America. What are we thin