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Texas Bluebonnets Coaster

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  • 4" x 4" Ceramic Coaster with Cork Bottom 
  • On March 7, 1901, the Twenty-seventh Texas Legislature adopted the bluebonnet, flower of the annual legume Lupinus subcarnosus, as the state flower. The flower's popular name derives from its resemblance to a sunbonnet. It has also been called buffalo clover, wolf flower, and, in Spanish, el conejo ("the rabbit")
  • Fun fact: Texas actually has five state flowers. Bluebonnets, bluebonnets, bluebonnets, bluebonnets, bluebonnets. All the same, more or less.
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