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For nearly a decade, a city of Liberty business has become a bit of a tourist attraction with bluebonnet-seeking parents and teachers who use their cameras to capture their offspring or students in the field of beautiful blue.
Besides the Texas bluebonnets (already spotted south of San Antonio along Interstate 37), keep an eye out for the purple Giant Spiderwort, Mexican plum, Engelmann’s daisy and baby blue eyes.
Specifically with bluebonnets, plant seeds that have been treated to soften the very hard seed coats.
Every year in Texas, millions of bluebonnets bloom after warm weather, just at the cusp of spring.
Local children go to tennis camps and take portraits among fields of bluebonnets and castilleja — the bright red flowering shoots known as Indian paintbrush.
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