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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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What began in 1983 with ten acres of bluebonnets for the Texas Highway Department has become one of the largest privately owned wildflower farms in the United States.
That was in 1983 and we made our first wine after being bonded in August of 1985 as Bluebonnet Hill Vineyards.
When the seeds bloom in the spring, a sea of beautiful bluebonnets will serve as a reminder of each adoptive family, birthparent, and child Gladney has served over the last 126 years.
Behind it is a field planted with bluebonnets, dotted on the edges by yellow black-eyed Susans and snow-white black-foot daisies.
While some of its work is based in the lab--for example, researchers have identified which plants make the best hosts for the partly parasitic Indian paintbrush and have discovered ways to make bluebonnets perform better in the field--the NWRC is perhaps best known for its highway beautification projects, in which native seeds are sprinkled alongside and down the center of highways from Wyoming to Texas.
TEXAS-BORN SONGBIRD NANCI Griffith sings a ballad, "Gulf Coast Highway," about a homestead that is "the only place bluebonnets grow.
Those students are also planting native flowers like Indian Blanket and Black-Eyed Susans and Purple Coneflowers and Bluebonnets -- which are the state flower of Texas -- and all of these little seedlings will go to the LBJ National Historical Site for a garden that will be planted there with Texas native plants.
She made the decision to go to school here when she looked out of her plane window, and saw a magnificent field of bluebonnets in full bloom.
The two photos are of: Addy, a rescued mixed breed, enjoying the views at White Mountain National Forest in Laconia, NH; and Kenzie, a West Highland White Terrier, in a field of bluebonnets in Granbury, Texas.
DALLAS -- Wildflower season is upon us, but there is only about one week left of good bluebonnets for family photos.
E[acute accent]Lots of rain, however, is not always good news for all wildflowers, especially Texas bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis).