Thursday

Spring Wildflowers

Bloodroot

Ground Ivy....look closely...you can see little dew drops :)

Cut-leaved Toothwort


I will be the gladdest thing under the sun! I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick one.
― Edna St. Vincent Millay

17 comments:

fred said...

Toothwort, possibly cut-leaved. It's a mustard. Tasty.

June said...

I'm not the one for knowing the names of things...trying to learn, but there are so many! Lovely shots...

Jenty said...

Very pretty!

MedaM said...

I am sorry that I don’t know the name of those lovely flowers especially in English.
I like that photos very much and the flowers are beautiful and charming.

Andrea said...

I do not know very much about flowers but they are all beautiful shots.

evlahos said...

I'm not a expert on flowers name. But your pics are excellent

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Hi Kerri, I really like the purple Ivy but then I'm a sucker for purples. They are all so pretty... nicely done.

quintarantino said...

Loved the bloodroot.

photowannabe said...

Lovely little flowers. Photography allows us to see things we would otherwise pass by. Nice shots Kerri.

happyone said...

Beautiful wildflowers - love the purple ones.

dot said...

Beautiful shots! I really like the first one.

Willard said...

Excellent flower shots! In my opinion Fred is right on with his identification.

I sent you an e-mail about the extender question that you asked on my blog.

I like the duck, cardinal and squirrel photos that you posted since my last visit.

Lara said...

no clue about the names, but like Shakespeare said, what's in a name? let's just enjoy the beauty...

Bud Cline said...

A fine trio of images of these lovely wild flowers. Spring is really here!

Ms. Math said...

Those are wonderful wildflowers - so very pretty!

Sand said...

Beautifully Stunning! I cannot wait for the wildflowers to start popping up here. I have a few weeks yet!

USWildflowers said...

Agree with Fred and Willard. Cutleaf Toothwort has that whorl of three palmate stem leaves.

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