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The State Flower of Texas is the Bluebonnet, seen here on the shore
of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, 75 miles north of San Antonio.
A former Texas Governor, LBJ became President of the United
States when John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
During Johnson's term in office, his wife Ladybird convinced him
that the highways of America needed to be made more beautiful.
The end-result is all of the wildflowers seen along the roads in
nearly every state of the union.
Read the full story here: First Lady Of Wildflowers.