Garden Photography: May: Wild Flowers

Jude would like to see see native wild flowers found in the hedgerows, woodlands, farmland, meadows, by the coast, up a mountain, on the heath and even in your own garden. Those plants that haven’t been planted, but occur naturally.

I don’t know what these flowers are, they line one of the trails I walk along. Their color is a very pale pink- just a hint of color. I love their yellow centers.DSCN5428


19 thoughts on “Garden Photography: May: Wild Flowers

  1. They certainly look like daisies and I see from the comments that you have identified them as fleabane or erigeron. I love these in stone walls. Since there are thousands of daisy-like flowers it is always difficult to know which one is which.


  2. This species belongs to the composite family. My first thought that they are the fall aster, however they have to fine ofpetals for that. There another species that have this fine of petals. Can’t think of the name.


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