Lupinus texensis (bluebonnet or Texas lupine)

Lupinus texensis - bluebonnet or Texas lupine - It is an annual which begins its life as a small, gravel-like seed. In the fall, the bluebonnets emerge as small seedings with two cotyledons, and later a rosette of leaves that are palmately compound, with five to seven leaflets, green with a faint white edge and hair. Growth continues over the mild winter, and then in the spring takes off, rapidly grow larger, before sending up a 20– to 50-cm-tall plume of blue flowers (with bits of white and occasionally a tinge of pinkish-red). The scent of these blossoms has been diversely described; many people say they give off no scent at all, while a few have described the scent as 'sickly sweet'. Family : Fabaceae

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Lupinus texensis (bluebonnet or Texas lupine)

Lupinus texensis (bluebonnet or Texas lupine)

Lupinus texensis (bluebonnet or Texas lupine)

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