By sstiles Wild Purple daisies in some rocks along a stream in Northern California.By sstiles A field of Yellow wildflowers in Texarkana, TexasBy coffeecup Poppies in their prime.By BeaHive Poppy.By coffeecup Sunflower close up lookBy GardenGuyKin Field of Camassia and Oak treesBy chris76108 Pincushion at Mesa VerdeBy chris76108 Rabbit Brush Mesa VerdeBy shihtzumom By Panama_Jack By drobbins42 Asclepias incarnata - Red Milkweed - Nippersink Creek in the background - on our property in Hebron, ILBy sunnyg By stephanietx Mealy Blue Sage and Plains CoreopsisBy ehartlaub Plains coreopsisBy ehartlaub Bachelor ButtonBy frostweed Wildflowers on my slope, side view.By frostweed Wildflowers on my slope, front view.By XXXXX2 Wildflowers, Rocky Mountain National Park.By XXXXX2 Red trillium, Feura Bush, New York. By goofballTex A nodding thistle flower bud about to open in Plano, TexasBy goofballTex Clasping-leaved haplopappus flower buds about to open in Plano, TexasBy VA_Wild_Rose Spring's first wildflower, peeking through the leaves.By bonehead Taraxacum officinale - a lion in every lawnBy wendychapman The bud of a wild aster. Photo taken at Sandy Knoll Park
Wendy ChapmanBy ducbucln This Queen Anne's Lace is a favorite of mine.By GardenGuyKin Meadow rueBy jmorth Tall American BellflowerBy luisafernanda Tiny flowers growing in the cracks of a stone wallBy luisafernanda May wildflowers, Colmenarejo, SpainBy mcash70 Canada Lily, Lac Le Jeune Prov. Pk., BC, Can.By mcash70 Wild Daisies and Flax blowing in the breeze.By arlyn Jimson Weed
Pretty poisonBy arlyn St. John's Wort
Botanically, the picture could be a lot better. But the bee knocked my socks off. Small pleasures.By adinamiti Camomile.By adinamiti Poppy near my house.By robinfay1 We only know them as "Puffballs"By Rarejem The spring desert has colorful surprises everywhere!By Rarejem Desert gold....By momoftwo607 Thousands of Bloodroot in our woods. A carpet of white in the spring. By DebinSC Fleabane at the edge of a pond.By DebinSC Honeysuckle.By SusieR I know I got many things from my mom and this is one of them... My dad and she drove to Texas and she made my dad stop the car so she could dig this out of a ditch and bring it to me- I've done the same thing! :)By hellnzn11 This is near the Antelope Valley Poppy reserve in Lancaster California. It was yellow on one side of the street and on the other was a sea of orange, mixed with purple. Spring is too brief in the high desert.By rwdorrell This is the area in my yard with Orange and Yellow cosmos. Have thousands. Love that they multiply with the falling of the seeds. I also collect thousands of seeds to share. I have some in another area of my yard that is between 4 and 5 feet tall. Love them all summer and still into the early fallBy ecrane3 Wild iris at Pt Reyes CABy ecrane3 Wildflowers at Pt. Reyes, CABy FrillyLily Daisy, old fashioned, makes you smile kind of flower! By suewylan One April this poppy, growing along a pathway, was found and photographed in the garden...a poppy butterfly.By fgarrison grows in the garden every yearBy dwaynet ThistleBy dwaynet SilhouetteBy palmbob Unknown orchid in the tropicsBy kudrick This beautiful red clover suddenly appeared in my garden!By Mrs_Ed SpiderwortBy Mrs_Ed Liatris on the prairieBy bonehead Lonicera ciliosa - our native honeysuckleBy Kiyzersoze While searching for Blue Bonnets in Texas I came across this beautiful Grape Hyacinth.By plantladylin "Blanket Flower" - Gaillardia pulchella, growing wild at Merritt Island Nat'l Wildlife Refuge, August 2010By nsforager Growing towards the sun from under a deckBy siichan Bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis) on our yard.By pirl Purple coneflowers.By Mshadow Wild cardinal flowers growing in the woods.By yarok BoragoBy pirl Phlox wearing a hat of lily buds.By yarok Chrysanthemum coronarium By JaniceT2 Mexican hat (Ratibida columnifera) Native plant. Common name refers to resemblance of a sombrero. Colorful perennial wildflower always welcomed in my garden.By By marblecreek These pink wood sorrels covered my friends ranch in the fall after a summer of nice rainsBy marblecreek Hinkley yellow columbine grows wild in the Big Bend area of TexasBy kellydz A beautiful native plant.By mygardens Swamp sunflowers against a background of rough-stemmed asters add a bright finale to summer. They bloom in early November in New York.By Elphaba Wildflowers by the side of a country road in Texas.By henryr10 Silphium perfoliatum a magnet for Eastern Tigers.By Jettabetta Maximillian Sunflower at night. Southwest Austin, TX, October 2010By flfwrs By HoneybeeNC Growing by the side of the road in OregonBy HoneybeeNC Oregon roadside flowersBy Buttoneer Winter Aconite. This charming plant blooms in February here in S. Central Pa, zone 6b.By Buttoneer Tulipa species. Comes up in Spring, very charming, S. Central Pa, zone 6b.By NancySLAZ Wildflowers in the desert around Phoenix, ArizonaBy trc65 Closeup of Aquilegia canadensis, the Eastern red columbine, wild columbine, red columbine or native columbine, depending on where you live.By marzissa love the colorsBy evansonart Bluebells and Single Track Photo: Every April when the Virginia Bluebells are at their peak, I like to take a walk at the park with my camera. By pixie62560 By luvsgrtdanes Rudbeckia TrioBy luvsgrtdanes Trumpet HoneysuckleBy jcoats123 Sore eye poppyBy busybee Black-eyed Susans cover our roadsides.By jcoats123 Prickly PoppyBy jmorth
roadside standBy htop Dakota Mock Vervain, Great Plains Verbena, Prairie Verbena (Glandularia bipinnatifida) growing among other wildflowers.By htop Curvepod Fumewort, Scrambled Eggs (Corydalis curvisiliqua) makes a beautiful showing in very early spring.By P_Edens This Mexican Hat wildflower was photographed at Brazos Bend State Park in Needville, Texas in June, 2007.By Audrey gaillardia (Indian blanket)By Audrey apios americana (nutvine)By Meehlticket Carolina Jasmine. Just looking at the photo brings back memories of their incredible fragrance; to me, a mix between anise and bubble gum. This huge group of vines drapes over my orchid bench, providing shade throughout the summer.By localyokel A cypress vine climbing in the bougainvillea bush.By attaway1 Wildflower found in the pasture area in the plains East of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. I'm not certain but I think this may be Copper Mallow.By attaway1 Found in the pasture in Colorado in the plains area East of the Rockies approx. 7000 feet in elevation. I think this is Western Spiderwort.By fatime A spotted jewelweed blossom by the riverbank.By Bob_71 Brazilian Verbena (Verbena bonariensis). Highly attractive to butterflies.By Bob_71 Bush's Poppy Mallow (Callirhoe bushii)By nancy_vl Chicory found on my annual fall-photography tour.By nancy_vl On my annual fall-photography tour I discovered many wild Asters.By Scottbotan Tastes so fine....Elderberry wineBy TiaLee1 Skunk Cabbage in Olympic National Rain Forest, Washington StateBy TiaLee1 Trillium, Olympic National Rain Forest.By Scottbotan '......a WEED by any other name...."By LOBH Queen Anne's LaceBy OrionKitty California Pipevine by Kim ChaconBy OrionKitty Castilleja by Kim Chacon By hppycts Lemmon's catchfly (Silene lemmonii) photographed near Silver Lake (California) in the Sierras.By Kell Chapel in the midst of wild radish on a misty day.By CouchHogs Wildflowers inside Rocky Mountain National Park.By CajuninKy VioletsBy CouchHogs Thistle in Yellowstone National Park.By Floridian Beebalm and GoldenrodBy Floridian Little Yellow WildflowerBy Calif_Sue By WILLIEB Pussy Toes, in Deer Park, in the Olympic mountains above Port Angeles, Washington.