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Pink Evening Primrose, Oenothera speciosa

Pink Evening Primrose, Oenothera speciosa

Pink Evening Primrose is another common wildflower seen along Texas Highways, pasture lands, and growing in your yard as a weed. These wildflowers are native to the central grasslands of Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas to northeastern Mexico. Pink Evening Primrose is another common wildflower seen along Texas Highways, pasture lands, and growing in your yard as a weed. These wildflowers are native to the central grasslands of Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas to...

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Texas Bluebonnet, Lupinus texensis Hook

Texas Bluebonnet, Lupinus texensis Hook

Bluebonnets (Texas luipines) have larger and sharper pointed leaves more flower heads than other lupines. The plants are usually light green and have a velvet like texture to the leaves that have five leaflets on stems that are about 6 to 18 inches long. At the top of the stems have clusters of small blue flowers and tips of flowers have a small amount of white. Out of the different Bluebonnet species found in Texas, the Texas Bluebonnet is the most often species found along our Texas Highways...

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Texas Thistle, Cirsium texanum

Texas Thistle, Cirsium texanum

The Texas Thistle is a multi-stemmed wild flower that has very little to no branches on each stem. If there are branches they can be towards the top of each stem. The leaves alternate with smaller leaves toward the upper third and larger ones throughout the rest of the plant. The leaves are green on top and white on the bottom that has a wooly texture. The plant also has spines or thorns. At the top of the stem there is one flower with no ray like peddles but are large disk like flowers....

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White Clover, Trifolium repens

White Clover, Trifolium repens

White clover, Trifolium repens is a short-lived cool weather perennial that can reseed itself in the right conditions. It grows and spreads quickly via stolons. White clover has a shallow root system and needs moist environment to be successful. White clover is a low growing, herbaceous, perennial plant with white flowers that may be a little pink or cream color as the plant and flower age. The flowers areĀ  about half an inch wide and are at the end of the flower stocks almost like a spear....

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Blue-eyed Grass, Sisyrinchium angustifolium Mill

Blue-eyed Grass, Sisyrinchium angustifolium Mill

The Blue-eyed grass, Sisyrinchium angustifolium MillĀ  is native to North American and can be found in most states and in Canada (zones 4-9). The plants are found in pastures, meadows and open wooded areas. They are also a popular plant found in rock gardens. There are about 75 species of Sisyrinchium native to the Western Hemisphere and is known by it clusters of blue, violet, or white flower with yellow eyes. This small flowers are just a few inches above the grass like leaves of the foliage....

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