Texas Paintbrush

May 23, 2013 by Carter · No Comments · Uncategorized

The Texas Paintbrush is a light orange and red flower. It can grow to be two feet tall!  The Texas Paintbrush can be seen by roads or fields.  It grows in dry areas. If you’re driving by a patch of grass, keep a look out for these flowers, especially in the middle of spring. You don’t even have to live in Texas to find these flowers. They can be found in other bordering states,too. If the word ”Castilleja Indivisa” is familiar then you know this flower. Next time you see this flower, compare it to this. there is also another word to remember the Texas Paintbrush, it is Scrophulariacea.

I found my information at Texas A&M Extension Wild Flowers in bloom.

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