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bluebonnet

or lupin; see lupinus.
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Springtime was the perfect opportunity for this nature lover to get re-acquainted with Mother Nature, and she surely sent some of her best ambassadors to re-start the relations, namely wild primroses, scarlet poppies and that Texas treasure, the bluebonnet.
Si tengo suerte, ya se estan abriendo en Texas millones de las flores llamadas bluebonnets.
A young girl presented him with a bouquet of white roses and bluebonnets - the flower of Bush's home state of Texas.
The scheme pays tribute to ASA's hub in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas and other airports served in the state by displaying a field of Texas bluebonnets as well as a Texas map and flag.
Austin was on the verge of recovering from the '80s real-estate bust as silicon wafers sprang up like hill-country bluebonnets.
Young and old are flocking to see the blooms-from tulips in Michigan, lilacs in New York and bluebonnets in Texas.
Robert Earl Keen's final offering for Sugar Hill records - he's moving on to a major-label deal with Arista Texas - is an in-concert work that plays nicely to his strengths, while throwing in two new songs worth savoring (``I'm Going to Town'' and ``Where the Bluebonnets Grow'').
Has: mesquite, white crepe myrtle, pink crepe myrtle, mimosa, McIntosh ash, silver maple, chinaberry, century plant, mount laurel, red bud, live oak, red oak, morning glory vines, bluebonnets, holly
Albert's father visited and afterward phoned to say he had admired the wildflowers-especially the bluebonnets- and suggested naming the place Bluebonnet.