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In this online jigsaw puzzle, Texas bluebonnets surround the stump of an old large tree. These colorful flowers are taking advantage of the plentiful sunlight in what was once a shady spot.

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Barbaranne
Jul 28, 2018
At first I thought the blue was bluebells, on a closer look they are what we know as grape hyacynths. The blue on mass like these are lovely and contrast with the white wood a treat.
we were promised violent thunderstorms and heavy rain fall to bring the heatwave to an end, it was like a damp squib, one clap of thunder and 5 minutes of steady rain, it did not do anything to help, the lawns and gardens, the one good thing is that the temp as drop about 6 degrees and it is pleasant with a nice breeze. God bless.
aknan
Jul 30, 2018
Sorry, Barbaranne, these are definitely bluebonnets, a member of the lupine family. They grow quite extensively up here in Alaska. In fact, I was surprised that the bluebonnets everyone in TX was raving about were simply our lupines!
Barbaranne
Jul 30, 2018
Thank you, they do look like grape hyacynths are they always blue and how tall do they grow? will google them.
aknan
Jul 31, 2018
They're usually around 12 - 15" tall and are extremely prolific, particularly along roadsides or cleared land. In fact, on the Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet, they are helping stabilize new land formed by the settling of glacial silt over the 30+ years we're been up here. First we have the lupines, then the fireweed, which is a glorious shade of fuchsia. Very colorful summers up here!
KwkClkrSwkr69
Jul 30, 2018
Pretty.
retirenow14
Jul 30, 2018
I absolutely love bluebonnets. A good grouping of them is awe inspiring. I don't think they will thrive in the Northeast now. I haven't seen seed packets in our stores. But the way the temperatures are increasing, bluebonnets will thrive in our northeastern climate.
carolsapple
Jul 30, 2018
I've never seen blue bonnets before until now.
cjsiegrist
Jul 28, 2018
I lived in Texas for 17 years, and the blue bonnets are truly beautiful, they have tours taking you way to see the fields of these blue bonnets, and each one is so wonder. Go see Texas for the blue bonnets and the Rodeos.
carolsapple
Jul 30, 2018
My cousins used to live in Texas. Rodeos in Texas - Cody Wyoming is the rodeo capital. One summer we were in Yellowstone and we drove to Cody one night for a Rodeo. There was a very talented young girl about nine. She was in the barrel racing competition and won. We then went to Dairy Queen and guess who was there - this little girl who won. We all said hi and congratulated her on her winning.
tshepherd24
Jul 28, 2018
Those Texas bluebonnets are beautiful and the stump in the midst of them adds a good touch to the scenery too.
jas6415
Jul 28, 2018
What a challenging puzzle. Almost too much blue. The stump set it off nicely though
babygirlkfor
Jul 28, 2018
Wow! such pretty flowers!
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