Oh my! Bluebonnets in our old stomping grounds! A big thank you to Christina Leisk for sending in this bluebonnet sightings report! We hear about this field every year. Good to see it’s come back!
Thank you to Richain Herod for sending additional photos of this great field! We certainly appreciate it!
If y’all go to this field, please, please, please don’t trample the bluebonnets. Mercy sakes! This poor field gets stomped every year and we’re surprised it comes back to take the abuse another year. Y’all be bluebonnet heroes and if you see someone trampling through the bluebonnets, speak up and ask them to nicely watch where they’re stepping. We know it’s hard to do but the only way bluebonnet fields will be able to produce seeds for future generations is if we hold our fellow humans accountable for their actions today.
- Stage of Bloom Cycle: Peak Bloom Stage. Flower stalks are full of blooms. All banner petals are white.
- Bluebonnet Blanket: Thick. The bluebonnet plants are packed together like a can of sardines.
- Bluebonnet Landscape: Bluebonnet carpet! Nothing but bluebonnets on a flat landscape.
- Bluebonnet Field Size:Small. Field is
- Accessible to Public?: Yes. It is on private property and the owner is allowing the public onto it.
- Parking Nearby?: Yes. There is safe parking on the shoulder or away from the main road.
- Kid/Pet Friendly?: Yes. The field is away from heavy, fast-moving traffic at all times.
Christina says the bluebonnet field is not only a Kid & Pet Friendly Bluebonnet Field but there’s also a small pond on the property which would add interest to your bluebonnet pictures.
Y’all enjoy! : )
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