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Field of Bluebonnets Field of Texas Bluebonnets near San Antonio, TX, taken in April, 2012 Bluebonnets,Geotagged,Lupinus texensis,Texas,United States Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Field of Bluebonnets

Field of Texas Bluebonnets near San Antonio, TX, taken in April, 2012

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  1. Hypnotizing colors. Promoted to the homepage as a warm welcome gift!

    On a side note: good job on using the title, description, tags and geotagging to give this photo context. That's how to share photos properly, my compliments. As a final step, I identified the specie for you (see to the right of the photo). You can do this yourself if you know the name, otherwise others may help out.

    Once again, welcome Texas Dragon ;)
    Posted 10 years ago
    1. Thanks so much Ferdy! What an honor to see my photo in the homepage slideshow. Posted 10 years ago
  2. beautiful image Posted 10 years ago
  3. Nice Image!
    Posted 8 years ago

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''Lupinus texensis'' is a species of lupine which is endemic to Texas. With other related species of lupines also called bluebonnets, it is the state flower of Texas.

It is a biennial plant which begins its life as a small gravel-like seed. The seed has a hard seed coat that must be penetrated by wind, rain and weather over the course of a few months . In the fall the bluebonnets emerge as small seedings with two cotyledons, and later a rosette of leaves that are palmately compound with.. more

Similar species: Fabales
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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Uploaded Oct 25, 2012. Captured in 22407 Fossil Ridge, San Antonio, TX 78261, USA.