Who Knew Texas Had Pink Bluebonnets???

April 2, 2018
bluebonnets

Isn't it funny how you can live in Texas your entire life and just now discover pink bluebonnets! Who knew???

While they are rare, pink bluebonnets really do exist. According to the legend, the pink bluebonnet is extra special. They only grow downstream from the mission Alamo. You can read the full story HERE. As the legend says...

"It's not only a pretty flower, but a symbol for the struggle to survive and a memory of those who died so that Texas could be free."

#pinkbluebonnets #rare #specialfind #texashills #statefloweroftexas #wildflowerseasonintexas #dogcreekfarm--

A post shared by susan dolinski (@dog_creek_farm) on

I friend of mine posted a picture of a pink blue bonnet earlier. Never in my life have a seen one before. While driving back from #chalkridgefalls I spotted these beauties on the side of the road. Absolutely amazing! I even collected some seeds, not sure if they will carry these recessive genes or not. Hopefully they do. - - #pinkbluebonnets #bluebonnets #centraltexas #bellcounty #hwy190 #beltontx #flowers #nativeflowers #spring #roadsideflowers

A post shared by Cory Bell (@staringthroughmyeyes) on

Have you ever seen PINK bluebonnets? I hadn't until this spring, but I'm absolutely in love! #springintexas #firstdayofspring #springequinox #bluebonnets #pinkbluebonnets #natureismagic #mothernatureaf

A post shared by Grace Nicole (@graceyroo) on

Believe it or not, but bluebonnets actually come in a variety of different colors. They also come in white, red, maroon, and lavender too! Just a few bluebonnet facts you can take with you to work tomorrow.