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Saturday - October 06, 2007

From: Troy, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: Propagation
Title: Planting and growing bluebonnets
Answered by: Nan Hampton

QUESTION:

I am looking for bluebonnet seed planting suggestions. when? How? I found a source for seed. I want to plant about 2500 sq foot area.

ANSWER:

You are in luck! You can find information on growing bluebonnets in our "How to Articles" along with other articles (e.g., Large Scale Wildflower Planting) that may be useful in your project.

 


Lupinus texensis

Lupinus texensis

Lupinus texensis

Lupinus texensis

 

 

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