Pink Bluebonnet

by Stephanie Suesan Smith, Ph.D. on April 29, 2011

A pink bluebonnet may seem a contradiction in terms, but this one was nestled in a clump of traditionally colored bluebonnets.  Apparently, pink ones occur naturally every once in a while.  Texas A&M used that to breed maroon bluebonnets, which really stand out.  Imagine a maroon, light pink, and blue field of bluebonnets in the shape of a flag.  It would be cool.

pink bluebonnet

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A.Barlow May 3, 2011 at 10:38 am

Ooooohhh! So THAT’S what these are called! See, I just take pictures. Half the time I don’t know what it is. I learn from togs like you 🙂 TY!
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