Bluebonnets run wild – they’re colorful characters that love their family, just like you!
Bluebonnets are wildflowers native to Texas. Once the frosts have passed, swathes of bright blue flowers blanket the roadsides of the south. These flowers propagate by seed, and bloom the same year they sprout from last year’s seeds.
Bluebonnets don’t rush things, blooming only when spring is fully established – and then with riotous color in huge beds in the sun.
Bluebonnet beds continue to bloom for quite some time, as they slowly replace blooms with bean-like seed pods.