Here are a few more of the spring flowers we've seen around our yard during the past month.
This is a yellow Clintonia, also called "Blue Bead Lily" because later in the season it produces blue bead-like berries. In our yard, these Clintonias are mostly grouped around one slab of granite -- almost as if we planned it that way. We didn't ... but the Creator obviously did!
These delicate flowers are called Wood Anemones or Wind Anemones. They are growing in the wildflower garden my daughter planted as a young teenager.
Starflowers like this one grow in the wildflower garden and all through our woods.
These violets grow all around our yard as well as in the wildflower garden. On our daily walks we often find violets growing in the most unlikely, inhospitable places. It always reminds me that we need to bloom where we are planted and that our joy need not depend on our circumstances in life.
These are not growing in our yard, but in our neighbors' yard. I am not positive what they are, but they strongly resemble forget-me-nots. Aren't they a gorgeous color?
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