Prairie Wildflowers

Coreopsis

While on a short drive the other evening, my husband and I came across a lovely field full of wildflowers just blooming their little hearts out.

I love the different names of the flowers. This one is Fleabane.

Fleabane

This is Purple Prairie Clover.

Purple Prairie Clover

Here is a Black Eyed Susan.

Black Eyed Susan

Prairie Coneflower looks like it’s wearing a festive yellow skirt.

Prairie Coneflower

Here is Golden Crownbeard. Who comes up with these names?

Golden Crownbeard

Deptford Pink is really cute. The flowers only measure about a half inch across.

Deptford Pink

Last, but not least, is my favorite, Coreopsis.

Coreopsis

It’s bright and cheerful,

Coreopsis

it laughs at heat and drought and keeps on blooming,

Coreopsis

and this cute little bug thought it was a great place to hang out and relax.

Coreopsis

We’ve been having a generous amount of rain this year, so all the wildflowers are doing well.

Thanks for coming along, and hope you enjoyed your walk among the flowers.

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Suzanne

Cattle, corn, wheat, beans, mud, snow, ice, and drought. Plenty of fresh air and quiet. Our life is sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but never boring.

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16 Responses

  1. What a beautiful swath of wildflowers you found. Thanks for the lovely photos.

  2. What a beautiful field. I love seeing these pretty wildflowers. Many are different from the flowers we see in the desert. Thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Noelle,
      I paid a visit to your site. You have lovely flowers there in Arizona too.
      Thanks for stopping,
      Suzanne

  3. ellada says:

    Wow! I love it. Beautiful picture.

  4. Kimberley says:

    Wow amazing photos! You are so lucky to live where such beautiful flowers grow wild!

  5. I think Deptford Pink is slightly frightening, and looks a teensy bit like it’s going to eat me if I get to close. Also, your photos are mind-blowing, as always.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Megan,
      No no, they’re all tiny and cute, they won’t hurt you, I promise, you silly.
      Thank you for visitin’
      Suzanne

  6. Teresa says:

    I especially love that first photo. The only one I can figure out the name is fleabane. That one seems pretty obvious. I love the delicate leaves on the coreopsis. Mine is fighting for its life with the strawberries.

  7. Julie says:

    Beautiful. I love coming across a field of wildflowers. Makes me want to jump out and run through them…God is amazing in His design…its endless.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Julie,
      Better wear some bug repellent before running through the field- this is chigger season. :o)
      Suzanne

  8. Pinkie says:

    I’m new here, but right off the bat, I’m amazed he stopped to let you take pictures!

    You must have a great one there!

    🙂

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Pinkie,
      Thanks for dropping by. Harland is a photographer, so often he’s the one doing the stopping and pic taking, and I just tag along and take my own pics. But he IS a great one too!
      Thank you,
      Suzanne

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