Maroon Bluebonnet (Aggiebonnet)
(Lupinus texensis)

Maroon Bluebonnet
The only difference between the Maroon Bluebonnet and the blue Bluebonnet is color. The Maroon Bluebonnet took over twenty years to develop. The plant was originally found in the wild near San Antonio, Texas. To keep flowers maroon in the future, remove plants that bloom in other colors as soon as possible. It is a great favorite with Aggies, hence the nickname "Aggiebonnet".

Did you know the Texas Bluebonnet can be grown in many more places than just Texas?!

See the Bluebonnet Photos grown in many other areas of the United States and in Europe!

The Facts..

  • Maroon to dark red flowers are densely clustered on upper 2"-6" of stem. Upper petal has a white center.
  • 8" - 24" high
  • Blooms MARCH - MAY
  • FALL (August-December)
  • Plant in well-drained soils in FULL SUN.
  • Surface sow or 1/8" - Seeds can be surface sown, but gently raking them in will provide even better results. If possible, gently water them in after sowing and continue to keep them damp until they are established.
  • Grows best in alkaline soils (PH 7.5+). In low PH soils, add 15 pounds of Ag Lime to 100 square feet or 3 tons per acre.
  • At 55-70 degrees F, seeds should sprout in 7-30 days.
  • 35 pounds per acre
  • 1 packet covers 60 square feet
Grows well with other wildflowers. Can be used in wildflower and floral gardens, raised flower beds, hanging baskets, and half wooden barrels.

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7765 FM 1696
Bedias, Texas 77831

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