Known as: Bluebonnet, Texas Bluebonnet, Texas Blue Lupine
Latin Name: Lupinus texensis
Description: State flower of Texas. Has olive green foliage
with deep blue flower spikes tinged with white. Plant grows to 15-24
inches in height and has leaves composed of 5 leaflets with pointed tips
joined at 1 point on a lone stem. The flowers are densely clustered
on the upper 2-6 inches of the stem.
Poisonous Parts: Leaves and especially the seeds.
Involved alkaloid toxins such as quinolizidine and piperidine.
Symptoms: No information available at this time.
Treatment: Contact your veterinarian.