bluebonnet


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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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Editor's note: An earlier version of this story should have clarified funding for Bluebonnet Trails' intellectual disabilty programs comes from the Department of Aging and Disability.
Bluebonnet also owns the Kilgore (Texas) News Herald and three weeklies.
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.
Sagebrush Corporation has joined the Texas Library Association in honoring those books deemed the best for children as voted by schools around Texas with the sponsorship of the Texas Bluebonnet Awards.
Best are Lupinus nanus `Pixie Delight', only 50cm (1ft 8ins) tall, in shades of blue, pink and white, and Lupinus texenis, the Texas bluebonnet.
Best are Lupinus nanus `PixieDelight',only 50 cm (1ft 8in) tall,in shades of blue,pink and white,and Lupinus texenis , theTexas bluebonnet.
The Bluebonnet Art Gallery recently hosted a one-man show for actor/artist Buck Tayler.
The 56,000-square-meter garden, dubbed Bluebonnet, and with some 600 kinds of plants, a restaurant and shops, has been built to mark the 50th anniversary of the company's establishment.
This book was nominated for the Texas Bluebonnet Award of 1990 and also received accolades from the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.
Myrtle Caspers, the proprietress of the Bluebonnet Cafe has an interest in Many.