St. John's Wort
(This non-native escaped [temporarily] from Garima's garden;
I included the photo anyway because it's such a beautiful flower.)
(There have been thousands of these nestled
down in the wild grasses this spring!)
(There have been some many flower stalks this spring!
Interesting fact: they have just a single, codependent
pollinator, the small, off-white yucca moth.)
(Most of this type of cacti we have here are the
Prickly Pear with yellow flowers; this one has
migrated up from southwestern Colorado.)
Purple Prairie Clover
Not sure who these sweeties are … Oenothera canescens?
One of the many Columbines in Garima's garden
Cinquefoil, with its heart-shaped petals
Datura is a native, though this one is trumpeting in Garima's garden (and yes, we know to be very careful with it!).