The average Texan merely boasts that the Bluebonnet, with its intense blue, is the most alluring flower in all the world.
Lupinus Havardii, is known as the Big Bend or Chisos Bluebonnet, and is the most majestic of the Texas Bluebonnet tribe with flowering spikes up to three feet.
Lupinus concinnus is a small Bluebonnet with flowers which combine elements of white, rosy purple and lavender. It is found sparingly in the Trans-Pecos region, blooming in early spring.
If you haven’t been out driving around in the past few days, you’ve missed out on the sudden burst of sapphire-colored Bluebonnets springing up alongside the roadways.
So, grab your camera and hit the road!