Texas BlueBonnets...Sign of Spring!!!
Here I am on the BlowinRoad Trip. Left the BlowinWestWinds for the BreezyBlown of South Texas.
Along the way, which in Texas is a loooong way, the Grays of the West faded with the miles, and the Greens of Spring were keeping true to the TimeChange of Springing Forward!
Early Spring in Texas is Bluebonnet Time!
State Flower of Texas.
It is considered a Wild Flower and floods the fields and grassy areas of most parts of Texas. I say Most parts....cause in West Texas it is a sparse and short season for Bluebonnets.
So, guess what flower this GRIT does NOT have in her flower beds or grassy lawn, that have been randomly sown with seeds guarenteed to produce the BiggestBonnets in Texas.
That's riiiiight. No Bluebonnets! Whereas, others can grow them in the cracks of the sidewalks and along the curbs and pavement where they are runover, flooded with gunk and hacked out by the City Pothole Crew. Who BTW, need to go back to Pothole School.
Conclusion....I'm going to jack hammer my sidewalk, dig up the pavement, throw out some seeds and flood with road gunk water.
PS...I do have a BackUp BlueBonnet for Easter!!!
Just in case the Pothole Guys somehow get their PotholeAct together and permanently cover up my new BluebonnetBed!