Texas Wildflowers By Jane LurieMay 30, 2012 ( 21 ) Purple Horsemint Texas Beauty Thank you Lady Bird. Found these on LBJ’s ranch in Johnson City… Lady Bird’s Flowers A Place to Reflect Poppies and Wildflowers Please click here for my web site… Share this:TweetEmailShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Categories: Flowers, Plants and Trees, Landscapes, Macro, Nature, Photography, TravelTags: Bluebonnet, Daisies, Flowers, Johnson City, Lady Bird Johnson, Landscapes, LBJ, Nature, Photography, Poppies, Texas, WIldflowers Related Articles Yosemite Love By Jane Lurie3 days ago ( 41 ) A Hard Rain By Jane Lurie1 week ago ( 68 ) Morning Walk, Timber Cove, CA By Jane Lurie1 week ago ( 80 ) 21 comments › Taylor July 26, 2014 • 3:38 pm Hi Jane, this is quite late but I was searching an ID on a wildflower in my yard and came across these. Beautiful pictures. I’m sorry to say it but those actually are not bluebonnets, they are called purple horsemint. Again great pics. Love my home state being appreciated by others. 🙂 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie July 30, 2014 • 1:42 pm Hi Taylor, You are so kind to let me know– thank you! I thought they were the classic Texas bluebonnet… but what does this Jersey girl know about those? 🙂 We love Texas, not only the landscape but the barbecue is the best! Reply ↓ Derrick Birdsall June 4, 2012 • 10:19 pm those are so … purple!! Glad to see you making it down here to my neck of the woods. 🙂 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie June 5, 2012 • 2:41 am Derrick…I’ve enjoye your bluebonnet photos among many others. Thanks. You live in a beautiful place! Reply ↓ Derrick Birdsall June 5, 2012 • 11:38 pm thanks, I can’t seem to get enough of it!! 🙂 Reply ↓ wardentee June 2, 2012 • 8:04 pm Just Beautiful! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie June 3, 2012 • 1:02 am Thanks so much, wardentee. Reply ↓ Amy May 31, 2012 • 12:11 am These are beautiful . So nice to see a whole field . Hope the trip is going well, still an adventure ! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 31, 2012 • 12:51 am Hi Amy, Thank you! Yes, it’s going great. Loving it. More posts coming about our stops 🙂 Reply ↓ Kathleen parramore May 30, 2012 • 5:48 pm I remember what Lady Bird did around Austin with the wildflowers and it was as spectacular as your photos have captured in JC. Don’t know if they are still thriving as it’s been awhile. Good travels and adventures! K Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 30, 2012 • 11:05 pm Hi Kathleen- yes, they are thriving from what I saw and as you can see by these fields. We did see lots of flowers along the highways, too. Gorgeous. Thanks for looking and I’m glad it brought back some Texas memories! 🙂 Reply ↓ Diane D'Angelo May 30, 2012 • 1:36 pm Jane, these are spectacular!!! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 30, 2012 • 3:51 pm Hi Diane- thank you so much! Reply ↓ Donna May 30, 2012 • 7:06 am so pretty Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 30, 2012 • 3:52 pm Donna- thanks! Reply ↓ Jane Iwan May 30, 2012 • 6:27 am What a treat. I’ve always wanted to see a field of bluebonnets. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 30, 2012 • 3:53 pm Jane- they are spectacular… I learned that this is the second crop and that the ones earlier in the spring were much more vibrant. Glad you enjoyed, thanks! Reply ↓ Pat Wert May 30, 2012 • 1:50 am Loved the wild flowers. You definitely have a gift…thanks for sharing. Great way to start the day which these photos! Pat Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 30, 2012 • 3:54 pm Thanks so much, Pat. Glad I brighten your day:) Reply ↓ SKEdazzles ~ A Lifestyle/Photo/Travel Blog May 30, 2012 • 1:21 am Love these images! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie May 30, 2012 • 3:50 pm Thank you, Susan! Reply ↓ Love to hear what you think... Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.