A Texas farm agency is expanding its ‘wild flower sex’ apps, with the first app offering “wildflower” and “wild carnival” with an erotic twist.
The Texas Farm Bureau is rolling out the app to its farm-to-table and farm-lover communities, as part of a broader effort to build a more diverse audience for its products.
In a blog post, the bureau said the new app, called “Wildflower,” will be free to download and will provide information on species of wildflowers, including “carnival flowers,” and the various kinds of wildflower food they can be eaten.
The bureau said it also is offering “vibrator” options to its users, offering a “fantasy” version of the app.
It said the app will also include information on the “lady-in-training” of the flowers, and what kind of sexual encounters they can have, in addition to the information that the bureau recommends.
“We know that we are a land of plenty and we know that our gardeners and gardeners are wonderful, but we also know that there are also people who don’t know what to do with wildflows and those people can use this app to find out,” the bureau wrote in the blog post.
“If you have a desire to enjoy a wildflower with your family, then we can help you with the app.”
The bureau added that the app “is not affiliated with any particular wildflower breed or source, nor is it associated with a particular location.”
It is not the first time the bureau has released a smartphone app.
The bureau’s website has a list of more than 500 apps.