Mother’s Day bouquet

Showy evening primrose (Oenothera speciosa) (20080422_04421)

Showy evening primrose (Oenothera speciosa)

Firewheel (a.k.a Indian blanket or blanket flower; Gaillardia pulchella) (2009_05_31_021051)

Firewheel (a.k.a Indian blanket or blanket flower; Gaillardia pulchella)

Seedbox (Ludwigia alternifolia) (20080921_12589)

Seedbox (Ludwigia alternifolia)

Purple horsemint (a.k.a. lemon beebalm, horsemint, lemon-mint or plains horsemint; Monarda citriodora) (2009_05_31_021019)

Purple horsemint (a.k.a. lemon beebalm, horsemint, lemon-mint or plains horsemint; Monarda citriodora)

Wild carrot (a.k.a. bishop's lace or Queen Anne's lace; Daucus carota) (2009_05_31_021020)

Wild carrot (a.k.a. bishop’s lace or Queen Anne’s lace; Daucus carota)

Berlandier's yellow flax (Linum berlandieri) (2009_05_31_021054)

Berlandier’s yellow flax (Linum berlandieri)

Downy phlox (a.k.a. prairie phlox or fragrant phlox; Phlox pilosa) (2009_04_11_015027)

Downy phlox (a.k.a. prairie phlox or fragrant phlox; Phlox pilosa)

Texas greeneyes (Berlandiera betonicifolia) (2009_05_31_021013)

Texas greeneyes (Berlandiera betonicifolia)

6 thoughts on “Mother’s Day bouquet”

  1. Very colorful!

    I did a similar post, representing spring in our Alberta garden. Considering we had a snow dump earlier in the week, things are looking pretty good.

    1. I have several friends in Canada who were offended by the recent snow, Adrian. Then of course the US Northeast just got snow, too. Talk about spring interrupted…

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