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Synonyms for bluebonnet

low-growing annual herb of southwestern United States (Texas) having silky foliage and blue flowers

a brimless dark blue Scottish cap with a flat top and a plume on one side


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for those Texas bluebonnets along the Rio Grande, just like the moon
All over Texas, the roadside verges bloom with bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes and pink evening primrose.
For example, bluebonnets are from Texas and poppies are from Afghanistan.
Okay my dears, the last glorious moments of spring are calling and we're beginning to run out of space for this month's column, so off I go to tiptoe through the Bluebonnets. Keep your good news and announcements coming, and basta la vista!
And, above all, ceanothus: frothy blue and white blooms that Californians should treasure the way Virginians do their dogwood and Texans their bluebonnets.
Sometimes on the highway you can see from the sweep of the landscape how it really is an old ocean, and sometimes the bluebonnets crowd so thick and shimmering as far as you can see in spring that you really can believe you're in a boat.
They picked the highest spot on their land to build their ranch house, which sits on acres of dense wildflowers--yellow coreopsis, bluebonnets, red Indian paintbrush and purple Herbertia.
Alloa Athletic evolved from Clackmannan County, Dundee United used to be Dundee Hibernian and East Stirling were originally known as the Bainsford Bluebonnets. #FOUR clubs have won the Scottish Cup three years in a row.
When we look out our office windows, we do not see seals and sea lions frolicking in Monterey Bay; we see the bluebonnets of Texas.
Bluebonnets, buttercups, and Indian paintbrush line the highways throughout the Hill Country near San Antonio and Austin each spring.
He was met at the airport by the US Ambassador to China Clark Randt and Chinese officials led by Finance Minister Xiang Huaicheng.A young girl presented him with a bouquet of white roses and bluebonnets - the flower of Bush's home state of Texas.
Thirty-seven miles northwest of San Antonio, Bandera is in the heart of the Hill Country, where dude ranches outnumber the working variety and No Trespassing signs sprout like bluebonnets in the spring, demarcating the property of "Winter Texans" or city folk with money to invest in the rustic experience.
On Texas highways, however, spring has long brought spectacular blooms of bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush, firewheels, pink evening primroses, wine-cups, greenthreads, prickly poppies and many other species.