They Call Us Wildflowers

This gallery contains 6 photos. Being a wildflower doesn’t mean you need to be cultivated to be beautiful. I don’t know all the names of these flowers, but their diversity of colours and shapes adds to their wordless mystique. Photographed at Crescent Beach on June 21.

Red Clover (which can be made into a herbal tea that I’ve found quite tasty)

Wildflowers 2

White Morning Glory (an open invitation for hummingbirds and bees?)

White Morning Glory

Arizona Red Shade Blanketflower (think of it as a two-tone daisy!)

Blanketflowers 2

Looks Like Flowering Carrot (but I know it ain’t!)

Wildflowers 3

Sweet Pea (yes, it is! not the baby of the Popeye pantheon)

Sweet Pea

Shasta Daisy with 2 Flies?

Shasta Daisy with 2 Flies

Very Cherry Berries? (fire engine red with a waxy finish. the cedar waxwings love these!)

Very Cherry Berries


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