Texas bluebonnet

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Texas bluebonnet low-growing annual herb of southwestern United States (Texas) having silky foliage and blue flowers; a leading cause of livestock poisoning in the southwestern United States
    • n Texas bluebonnet closely resembles Lupinus subcarnosus; southwestern United States (Texas)
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Usage


In news:

A stand of bastard cabbage, an invasive plant from the Mediterranean area of Northern Africa and Central Europe, is crowding out bluebonnets over much of Texas.
Among his favored subjects were early misty mornings, sunlit fields of bluebonnets , cactus in bloom, dusty roads and South Texas brush country.
Texas bluebonnets are in full bloom.
On a glorious Texas spring day, the husband and I were riding the backroads around the Johnson City area looking for that perfect patch of bluebonnets and we found the road that must take you to Bluebonnet Heaven.
It's spring in central Texas and that means warm temperatures, beautiful wildflowers and the official Bluebonnet Festival of Texas.
I'm Amy Moore and this me with Jake, my English Mastiff rescue, Dobby , my bullmastiff rescue from Big Dogs Huge Paws and Jaxsen, my 14 year old Sharpei/Shep mix enjoying the Texas weather and bluebonnets.
Texas is proud of its bluebonnets, and few cities promote the state flower more during April than Ennis .
The city, about a 90-minute drive northeast of Waco, was designated as the Official Bluebonnet City of Texas by the 1997 Texas Legislature.
The Brazos Bluebonnet Quilt Guild (BBCG) donated 50 quilts and matching pillow cases Tuesday evening to Hospice Brazos Valley and Texas Home Health.
There are other homebrew events, such as the Bluebonnet Brew-off and various North Texas Homebrewers Association gatherings.
I'm from Texas and I MISS the Bluebonnets that bloom there.
Art critics may roll their eyes, but that doesn't slow down W. A Slaughter, Texas' leading bluebonnet painter.
The battle between a business and a neighborhood continues in Bluebonnet Place near Texas Christian University.
This week, turn your eyes to the Bluebonnet State for the this year's winner of Whisky Magazine 's Craft Whiskey Distiller of the Year, Balcones Distillery out of Waco, Texas.
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