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The seeds have come in white or manilla envelopes with Chinese lettering and labeled “China Post.” Some envelopes have been labeled that they contain jewelry, headphones or toys. Pictures released show different kinds of seeds have been mailed.

Officials in several states, including Texas, are warning residents to not plant or handle unsolicited seeds sent from China.

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β€œI am urging folks to take this matter seriously,” Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said. β€œAn invasive plant species might not sound threatening, but these small invaders could destroy Texas agriculture. TDA has been working closely with USDA to analyze these unknown seeds so we can protect Texas residents.”

The Texas Department of Agriculture says the seeds “could contain harmful invasive species or be otherwise unsafe” and urges Texans to not touch or plant the seeds.

The New York Times reported that officials in Washington State, Virginia, Kentucky, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Florida, and Alabama have all put out warnings about the seeds. The Daily Mail also reported that “hundreds of British gardeners” have received seeds as well.

Invasive plants can cause harm to native plants and wildlife or livestock in the area, either by destroying or spreading disease to native crops.

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Two different shades of bluebonnet create an otherworldly palette in Ennis.

The vibrant blue wildflower known as the Texas Bluebonnet is a great reason to visit Texas in spring.

Bluebonnets grow best in soils that are alkaline, moderate in fertility, and most important of all, well drained. Full sun is also required for best growth. Seed may be planted Sept. 1 through Dec. 15; however, for best results, plant seeds no later than mid-November. This allows seed time to germinate and grow throughout the winter months, during which time a heavy root system and a sturdy plant is developed to produce an abundance of spring flowers.

Bluebonnet seeds are known for a hard coat that can take years to germinate naturally. But seeds scarified to grow when planted are readily available online. Anyone interested in planting wildflowers for a spring family photo needs to prepare the soil. To ensure that the seeds come into contact with the soil, till and tamp them into the soil. After planting, lightly water the area to settle the seeds into the soil.

A field of bluebonnets on the side of the South Trail, one of the best locations for viewing and photographing the bluebonnets.

Because of the fall planting, the seeds should not require too much care and watering. Blooms should begin to appear in early spring, depending on the weather, and, with a good-quality seed variety, may continue into summer.