en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Texas_state_symbols

The following is a list of symbols of the U.S. state of Texas. Contents. 1 Official designations and ... State flower · Bluebonnets (Lupinus spp., namely Texas bluebonnet, L. texensis), March 1901. Bluebonnet-8100.jpg · State motto, " Friendship ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluebonnet_(plant)

Bluebonnet is a name given to any number of blue-flowered species of the genus Lupinus predominantly found in southwestern United States and is collectively the state flower of Texas.

statesymbolsusa.org/symbol-official-item/texas/state-flower/bluebonnet

The bluebonnet is not only the official state flower - Texas also recognizes a bluebonnet tartan, bluebonnet festival, bluebonnet trail, and bluebonnet city!

texashillcountry.com/texas-5-state-flowers-bluebonnets

Feb 15, 2017 ... Everyone knows the state flower of Texas is the bluebonnet, but it's not that simple. Texas actually has five state flowers, and they are all ...

aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/archives/parsons/flowers/bluebonnet/bluebonnetstory.html

As our state flower, bluebonnets have a most interesting history. Texas actually has five state flowers, more or less, and they are all bluebonnets. Here is how it ...

www.theflowerexpert.com/content/aboutflowers/stateflowers/texas-state-flowers

Bluebonnet (Lupinas) is the Texas State Flower and Bluebonnet, Lupinus subcarnosus is also known as Buffalo clover, wolf flower and by the Mexicans - el  ...

www.lsjunction.com/flower.htm

Named for its color and, it is said, the resemblance of its petal to a woman's sunbonnet, the bluebonnet is the state flower of Texas. It blooms in the early spring ...

www.proflowers.com/blog/texas-state-flower-the-bluebonnet

Jan 16, 2017 ... Most sources currently list only the Lupinus texensis as the Texas state flower, but the state government expanded the definition in 1971 to ...

takecareoftexas.org/hot-wire/how-many-state-flowers-does-texas-have

Mar 1, 2018 ... Did you know that Texas has six state flowers? Yes, that's right, six—well, sort of. You're right if you think that the bluebonnet, Lupinus ...