|Native Wild Blueberry and Bombus (Bumble Bee)|
|Erigeron annuus Eastern daisy fleabane ~ ?|
|Mystery Most Common ~ Fleabane ?|
|Geranium maculatum, Wild Geranium|
|Tradescantia virginiana, Virginia Spiderwort|
|Amsonia tabernaemontana (Eastern bluestar)|
|Thermopsis villosa (Carolina bushpea)|
|Field of Dancus pusillus (American wild carrot) and Daucus carota (Queen Anne’s Lace)|
|Eastern Black Swallowtail Caterpillar eating Wild Carrot|
|Verbascum chaixii ? and Common Milkweed Asclepias syriaca|
|Little Skippers on Milkweed|
|Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower and Aphrodite Fritillary|
Eupatorium Maculatum (Joe-Pye weed) and Rudbeckia Herbstonne
|Goldenrod and Monarch butterfly with mystery bug|
|Vernonia gigantea, Tall Ironweed|
|Fritillary sipping Ironweed|
|Monarchs on New England Asters|
Here are a few of my favorite photographs of some of the wildflowers (and wild flying creatures) in my gardens over this summer and fall.
Thank you Gail for inspiring all of my wildflower posts over this year and for all of your great work towards preserving native plants . . . through your own gardens and the brilliant articles on your blog,
as well as, your contributions to the fabulous Beautiful Wildlife Gardens blog.
You are an inspiration to many and a gracious champion for native plants and wildlife. Congratulations on another year of informative posts for your creation ‘Wildflower Wednesday.’
If you, dear treasured readers, would like to see other wildflower posts inspired by Gail, please visit ‘Wildflower Wednesday’ and her wonderful, wild and greatly native garden Clay and Limestone.