I've always loved Texas bluebonnets. I live in San Antonio now, but I grew up in the Midwest. My parents are born and bred Texans and we would drive down here every summer to visit my grandparents, so these beautiful wildflowers dotting the sides of the highways remind me of those trips. 


When we lived in St. Louis, my mom tried to grow bluebonnets and failed. After a little research she learned that the seeds are too tough to grow in the easy fertile soil of Missouri. They need to be exposed to the elements; dried out, scratched up, nearly destroyed before they can germinate. I've known a lot of women who remind me of bluebonnets. Women who have overcome painful circumstances to BLOOM later on. 


This giclee print is 8"x10" and delivered safely to you in a sturdy mailing tube. Frame not included.

Bluebonnet Watercolor Painting - Unframed Print


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