From:Keller, TX Region: Southwest Topic: Wildflowers Title: Toadflax and Baby Blue Eyes occurring naturally in Texas Answered by: Nan Hampton
Does Toadflax/Spurred Snapdragon occur naturally in Texas? My daughter found what I think is it in a field in Keller, TX, but I'm wondering if it is cultivated. The field is full of a variety of flowers and appears to have been planted. Also, I have the same question about "Baby Blue Eyes".
My daughter has a project, but she can only use cultivated wildflowers if they are a "Texas Mix". We are wondering if she can use them. Thank you!
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