Texas Bluebonnet Overview
Lupinus texensis is a perennial species from the Fabaceae family, often grown as an annual. It's found growing naturally from Texas to northeastern Mexico and is commonly known by the names Texas Bluebonnet and Texas Lupine. This plant produces attractive 2-lipped, pea-like blue flowers on tall spikes. Foliage is divided into 5-7 leaflets which are palm-like in arrangement, slightly hairy and whitish along the edges.