Texas & Bluebonnets

181 years of Texas ~ Did you know…? “The bluebonnet is to Texas what the shamrock is to Ireland,” ~John Maguire. In 1901 BLUEBONNETS become the state flower of Texas. By 1934, it was ordered to delay mowing beside roadways in order to let the flowers grow. Now, TxDot sows about 30,000 pounds of wildflower seeds each year. Snapping family pictures in the flowers is a tradition that’s gone on for many generations and is only illegal if you bother someone’s private property.

Bluebonnet Updates & Reports. Chappell Hill Bluebonnet Festival.    Ennis Bluebonnet Trail Festival.    Check out this amazing morning on MACH Road in Ennis (April 4, 2012). If you love bluebonnets…this is what you hope to find every year.  Here are some of my pictures over the past three years.Angi Morgan -Bluebonnet Trail 2014 0031

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About Angi Morgan

Angi writes Intrigues where honor and danger collide with love. Find her on Facebook, Twitter and her website: AngiMorgan.com
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