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.
- Plant Type:
- Plant Height:
- To 2 feet tall
- Plant Width:
- To 2 feet wide
- Flower Color:
- Blue/Violet/Lavender, White
- Bloom Time:
- Landscape Uses:
- Beds & Borders,Slopes,Groundcover
- Special Features:
- Fragrant,Attracts Butterflies,Drought Tolerant
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.
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