Summer flowers have a beauty that is uniquely theirs, so fresh, light, delicate and, well...summery! And WILD summer flowers are even moreso, in my opinion.
|One of the large fields of Queen Anne's Lace.|
*Sigh*. Happily, I have myriads of photos to remember the experience. Please enjoy some of them with me!
|Queen Anne herself!|
|One of my favorites. This butterfly has good taste, don't you think? I do believe she was using the Queen for her |
|Not a daisy but maybe a cousin. It's a larger version of one that's called "Forever Summer".|
|Black-Eyed Susan. Uh-oh, I see some little purple flowers which I failed to take a picture of...|
|This summer I learned the name of this lovely blue flower: Chicory.|
The roots can be baked, ground and used as a coffee substitute!
|Wild Sweet Pea. That grasshopper has good taste, too!|
|Looks like Pink Clover but I think it may be something else.|
|Don't know the name of this cute little weed either but I think it resembles an orchid! It might be the wild version of|
Lady's Slipper. Yes, that'll work until I hear otherwise from someone more knowledgeable of botany than I am.
|Another unknown by me but, oh, so lovely. Apparently Miss Ant thinks so, too!|