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Bluebonnets spotted blooming early in Houston

Bluebonnets spotted blooming early in Houston

January 26, 2021
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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — It may be January, but Tuesday morning, ABC13 spotted some bluebonnets blooming along White Oak Bayou near 34th Street in the Heights. We’re not talking about a massive field, but there were several dozen. Bluebonnets mostly bloom in March and April. The warmer weather is […]

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- It may be January, but Tuesday morning, ABC13 spotted some bluebonnets blooming along White Oak Bayou near 34th Street in the Heights.

We're not talking about a massive field, but there were several dozen.

Bluebonnets mostly bloom in March and April.

The warmer weather is part of the reason why we are seeing them sooner.

Next week, there could be even more early blooms when temperatures hit the 60s and 70s again.

Several varieties of Bluebonnets are the state flower of Texas.

Each stem is topped with clusters of 50 fragrant, blue, pea-like flowers. The tip of the cluster is usually white. We saw early blooms in February 2020.

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Inside the majesty of Chappell Hill's bluebonnets

One of the most popular places to admire the bluebonnets is the small town of Chappell Hill, located along Highway 290 just east of Brenham.

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