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'Barbara Bush' bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis Hook)

, : 'Barbara Bush' bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis Hook). HortScience 29(10): 1202

Developed by recurrent phenotypic selection for lavender flowers in the progeny of a small population of lavender-flowered plants found growing in a Texas seed production field of pink-flowered plants (progenitors of Abbott Pink), this 30-50 cm tall bedding plant is suitable for USDA hardiness zones 8-10 and often survives winter in zone 7.

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Parsons, J.M.; Davis, T.D., 1993: 'Abbott Pink' bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis Hook.). Developed by recurrent selection for flower colour, this pink-flowered bluebonnet bedding plant was obtained from seed collected from a small group of naturally occurring pink-flowered bluebonnets near San Antonio, Texas. The resulting population...

MacRae, A.F., 1998: A pentamer-repeat-containing DNA sequence in Texas bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis Hook.). A 654-bp EcoRI restriction fragment called Lup4 was shotgun cloned from Texas bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis Hook.) nuclear genomic DNA that had been extracted from plant leaves. Its sequence was determined on both strands. Southern blot analysis of...

Mackay, Wa, 2005: Effect of scarification, seed storage temperature, and relative humidity on Lupinus havardii wats. and Lupinus texensis Hook. seed germination. Seeds of Lupinus havardii Wats. and L. texensis Hook. were subjected to scarification, storage temperature (4 or 22 degrees C), and relative humidity (RH) treatments (11%, 23%, 52%, 75%, or 97% RH) for 12 months. Seed moisture increased as relativ...

Davis, T.D.; George, S.W.; Upadhyaya, A.; Parsons, J., 1991: Improvement of seedling emergence of lupinus texensis hook. following seed scarification treatments. Seeds from four commercial seedlots of Lupinus texensis Hook. (Texas bluebonnet) were placed in concentrated sulfuric acid for 0 to 120 minutes and then sown. Emergence was promoted by acid scarification in three of the four seedlots. For the lots...

Banks J.A.; Birky C.W.Jr, 1983: Restriction site variation in chloroplast dna of lupinus texensis and lupinus subcarnosus. Genetics 104(1 PART 2): S4

Erbe, Lawrence, 1957: Studies on the cross-ability of Lupinus texensis and Lupinus subcarnosus. Reciprocal crosses between Lupinus subcarnosus and L. texensis produced no pods out of 77 florets emasculated and pollinated. Intraspecific crosses in L. subcarnosus set 3 pods out of 11 florets; 10 intraspecific crosses in L. texensis set no pods...

Turner, B.; Andrews, J., 1986: Lectotypification of Lupinus subcarnosus and Lupinus texensis (Fabaceae). Sida: contributions to botany 11(3): 255-257

Nixon, Elray S., 1964: Edaphic responses of Lupinus texensis and Lupinus subcarnosus. Lupinus texensis is widely dis-tributed over a number of soils while L. subcarnosus is restricted to two sandy strips in south-central Texas. Transplants and seeds from certain soil types were grown on both indigenous and non-indigenous soils and...

Niu, G.; Rodriguez, D., S.; Aguiniga, L.; Mackay, W., 2007: Salinity tolerance of Lupinus havardii and Lupinus texensis. Use of recycled water to irrigate urban landscapes and nursery plants may be inevitable as fresh water supplies diminish and populations continue to grow in the arid and semiarid southwestern United States. Lupinus havardii Wats. (Big Bend bluebo...

Nicholls K.W.; Bohm B.A., 1987: Flavonoids of lupinus texensis and lupinus subcarnosus. Lupinus texensis and L- subcarnosus exhibit very similar flavonoid profiles based on O-glycosylflavones, C-glycosylflavones, an isoflavone and a flavanone. Difference between the two species amount to the presence of a diglucoside of diosmetin in...