Friday, April 28, 2017

Wildflower Wednesday

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These are wildflowers planted around the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) in Fort Worth. 



 Winecup, also known as poppy mallow (Callirhoe), is a beautiful silky wildflower 
blooming during the middle of the spring season in our 7b hardiness zone. 
The sun was very bright when I took these photographs. 

While many of the wildflowers grow en masse, here is what I believe to be a single Tradescantia virginiana. 


Spiderwort Tradescantia

Bluebonnets and evening primrose
The sun has washed out the vibrant colors visible in the 
bluebonnets and evening primrose in my photo. 

Milkweed 

I plant my milkweed specifically for the Monarch butterfly
 making sure to use no pesticides.







Join Gail at Clay and Limestone for Wildflower Wednesday.








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Grassroots Horticulture
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