Scenic Texas Bluebonnet Campaign

Show us your Bluebonnets and we’ll show you ours!

Beautiful Spring weather is here and whether you’re a Texas native, or you’re driving through on a road trip, one thing is synonymous with Springtime here in the Lone Star State, and that’s gorgeous fields of bluebonnets popping up on roadways, fields and parks.

Texas Bluebonnets were named as the state flower all the way back in 1901 and serve as a representation of bravery, sacrifice and Texas pride. One little-known fact about Bluebonnets is that Texas was the first state to plant flowers along their highways, which is why travelers from across the country visit Texas in the Springtime to experience the blossoming fields of flowers. 

In our mission to promote Scenic Roadways and Cities, we want to encourage our members, followers and friends to continue in the Texas tradition of spreading bluebonnets across our state with our Scenic Texas Bluebonnets campaign!
Every February through April, Bluebonnets provide the perfect backdrop for your family photo-opp and when you share your pictures with us, we’ll send you a FREE packet of bluebonnet seeds to plant in your community. !

Best Places to See Bluebonnets in Texas

Wondering where to find the best bluebonnets for your most Instagrammable posts? 

We found this incredible list from Austin-based photographer, author, and self-described storm chaser and weather nerd Jason Weingart.

But you don’t have to live in or travel to one of these top 10 spots to find a great patch of bluebonnets – though we don’t discourage it! (A quick online search is sure to turn up a patch near you.)

Participate to Get a Free Pack of Texas Bluebonnet Seeds

When you find a bluebonnet patch, share your photos with us to participate! Just follow @scenictexas and use the hashtag #scenictexasbluebonnets. DM your address to receive a packet so you can grow your own patch.

Just be mindful of the bluebonnets during your photoshoot and be sure that you don’t trample the flowers!

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