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Ringing in spring in the Lone Star State and beyond, this bold purple-blue annual is known for its tenacity. It self-seeds, coming back year after year and thriving in drought-prone areas. In fact it languishes in moist soil. Plant it in fast-draining loam or gravelly soil. It is a great choice for a hillside.
Texas bluebonnet is native to areas of North America.
Yucca picks up the bloom show shortly after Texas bluebonnet finishes flowering. Yucca's spiky foliage is the perfect contrast to soft bluebonnet leaves.Indian paintbrush
A classic wildflower combination, you'll enjoy the bold blue and bright orange mix in your landscape.