What flowers are naturally blue?


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JBtheExplorer

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Spiderwort, Blue-eyed Grass, and Great Blue Lobelia can all vary between blue and purple.
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This weed popped up in my burning pit a few years ago. Asiatic Dayflower
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Morning glory, “Heavenly Blue”

Plumbago Is a medium shrub with light blue flowers.

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This volunteer vine is growing up a pine tree in my backyard. Looks like another type of morning glory. Blue with a bit of purple.

Thought of another one, Colorado Blue Columbine.
 
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Nothing can match the Texas bluebonnets....
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Karstopography...you must have tons of them!
 
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Not a one. Bluebonnets aren‘t really around here unless someone plants them. I haven’t seen a one, but then I haven’t been anywhere this spring.

This is the time of year when so many would have made the journey to places like Round Top and Fredericksburg looking at the wild bluebonnets and other wild flowers...
 
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