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March 7, 1901, the Twenty-Seventh Texas Legislature adopted the bluebonnet as the Texas State flower. The flower’s popular name derives from its resemblance to a sunbonnet. Bluebonnets now grow along most major highways throughout the state in late March and early April and is found mostly in limestone outcroppings throughout Texas. Indian folklore called the flower a gift from the Great Spirit. We believe we have bottled that “Great Spirit” that truly embodies the Great State of Texas.View all products by Bluebonnet