Saturday, March 14, 2015

wildflowers to identify

These little blue flowers are about the size of a quarter. Grow low to the ground and are very happy out there on Shell Creek Road.
These guys were my favorite. Clustered up in all sorts of colors. The open flower not as colorful as the bud. Love the fuzzy stems. These grew about a foot tall with buds the size of a marble. I need to dig out the books...

1 comment:

  1. The first one is Baby Blue Eyes, the second is maybe one of the native poppies that's not a California poppy. Maybe Papaver californicum, maybe Papaver heterophyllum? There's not that much to go on in that photo, because I don't know what the opened flowers look like.



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