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How To Find Best Bluebonnet Fields

Updated: Friday, March 28 2014, 07:33 AM CDT

Spring has finally arrived and so have the bluebonnets and there are a number of great resources to find the best fields.

Visit Bluebonnet Love to find the latest bluebonnet sightings. You can sign up for social media alerts on the website and even report your own sightings to help spread the word to fellow Texans.

The Texas Department of Transportation has also created a wildflower map, pinpointing key areas.

You can also visit KEYE TV to find out where viewers like you are stopping to snap pictures and share your photos at

Don't wait too long to take your bluebonnet pictures. Blooms last an average of 6 to 8 weeks.

There is bluebonnet etiquette to follow. Contrary to what many Texans have been told, it is not illegal to pick bluebonnets, however it is highly discouraged. You're also asked to avoid trampling the wildflowers as much as possible.

By Ashley Miller

How To Find Best Bluebonnet Fields

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