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bluebonnet:

see lupinelupine
or lupin
, any species of the genus Lupinus, annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of the family Leguminosae (pulse family). These leguminous plants have been cultivated in the Mediterranean region since ancient times for enriching the soil.
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bluebonnet

of Texas. [Flower Symbolism: Golenpaul, 643]
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Over 200,000 visitors a year come to enjoy and photograph the breathtaking array of shell- pink phlox, yellow primroses, bluebonnets, purple verbena, and other vibrant flowers.
Before that, in 1985, Lady Bird visited Thomas' bluebonnet fields in Eagle Lake.
In springtime, red Indian paintbrush, pink evening primrose and Texas bluebonnets are evident.
Today here in Texas, whenever we drive through the vast fields of bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush, we have Lady Bird Johnson to thank.
She described Big Bend's scenic mountains, tumbleweeds, roadrunners, and "a few struggling bluebonnets.
The bluebonnets are almost past their prime, the next week or two will likely be the last chance to get great photos.
There are lots of backroads that have beautiful bluebonnets.
Beautiful bluebonnets symbolize springtime in Texas; however, there is a far more damaging side to spring in Texas--termites.
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