Texas Bluebonnets
Johnston's Wildflowers | Wildflowers

TEXAS BLUEBONNETS-Limited Quantity

#1339 | Lupinus texensis

TEXAS BLUEBONNETS-Limited Quantity

#1339 | Lupinus texensis

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Summary

Texas Bluebonnets are a hardy winter annual native to Texas. Texas Bluebonnets put on a remarkable display of indigo blooms each spring. Bluebonnets do well in small spaces such as containers as well as large areas and meadows.

Seed scarification is essential if you wish to increase your germination rate. Follow the link to the Lady Bird Johnson page for growing bluebonnets. How to Grow Bluebonnets

Plant Characteristics
Taxonomy

Zone

Regional Growing Zone
5 - Midwest, 9 - Southeast, 10 - South Florida, 11 - South Texas
USDA Plant Hardiness Zones
6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Temperature Zone
Warm, Transitional

Plant Characteristics

Height
12" - 36"
Bloom Period
Spring
Bloom Color
Blue
Leaf Color
Green
Growing Cycle
Annual
Sun Requirement
Full Sun

Plant Information

Planting Season
Fall
Plant Depth
.25"
Establishment
Moderate

Seed Information

Seeds Per Pound
13,500
Kingdom
PLANTAE
Subkingdom
TRACHEOBIONTA
Super Division
SPERMATOPHYTA
Division
MAGNOLIOPHYTA
Class
MAGNOLIOPSIDA
Subclass
ROSIDAE
Order
FABALES
Family
FABACEAE
Genus
LUPINUS
Species
LUPINUS TEXENSIS

Coverage Area & Available Sizes

COVERAGE: 1 oz per 200 ft sq or 10-12 lbs per acre

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Applications

Conservation, Reclamation & Restoration

Landscaping

Pollinator Beneficial Plants

Prairie

Roadside

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