I've noticed that Gail, from Clay and Limestone, hosts Wildflower Wednesday. (I am so scatterbrained! It's the 4th Wednesday of the month. Well, by then, I'll have different ones blooming, so I am going to go ahead and post this.) I sometimes forget which of my plants are wildflowers, which are natives, and such. I do remember seeing pasque flowers on a wildflower list, and Googled them just to be sure. I tried to find a list of spring blooming wildflowers in Nebraska, but the few plants I found, I don't have. I have spiderworts coming up, but since I have 3 different colors, I wonder if they are all considered wildflowers still.
Even my pasque flowers are not the same as each other. I have enjoyed some from a former co-worker of my husband's, (I think), and last year, I purchased a couple more from a company in our state that sells a lot of native plants. The blooms on the new ones look to be larger and more downward facing than the other ones I have. Hmm, are both considered wildflowers?
First, I'll post photos from today of the ones I've had awhile, and already posted some photos of.
The new ones:
Head on over to Gail's and see what kind of wildflowers she has blooming, and join in if you have some wildflowers. (Do that on the 4th Wednesday of the month. In the meantime, go ahead and check out to see what else is going on on her awesome property.)