Texas Wildflowers


Purple Horsemint

Texas Beauty

Thank you Lady Bird. Found these on LBJ’s ranch in Johnson City…

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  1. 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. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • 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? ๐Ÿ™‚ We love Texas, not only the landscape but the barbecue is the best!

  2. those are so … purple!! Glad to see you making it down here to my neck of the woods. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. These are beautiful . So nice to see a whole field . Hope the trip is going well, still an adventure !

  4. 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

    • 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! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Jane, these are spectacular!!!

  6. What a treat. I’ve always wanted to see a field of bluebonnets.

  7. Loved the wild flowers. You definitely have a gift…thanks for sharing. Great way to start the day which these photos! Pat

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