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Blue Bonnets

Lupinus texensis


Blue Bonnets are a beautiful tradition in Texas. This area is a stone keyhole garden patio. As you can see the blue bonnets take over the rock area. They actually reseed in the cracks between stones and reappear early each spring.


We live adjacent to a wild area and large lake in North Texas. Since we love to watch nature, we created a certified wildlife habitat, a certified butterfly habitat, and a half acre garden with over 300 unique plants specifically to attract a wide variety of nature. We also have two large natural koi ponds with stream beds to attract birds, reptiles,butterflies, etc. We use no insecticides or pest control services.

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Denton, Texas, USA

Spotted on Feb 12, 2012
Submitted on May 31, 2012

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