Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Spring Flowers!

May is a great time for a road trip.


Above: columbine (southwest Missouri)
Below: gaillardia (northwest Oklahoma)




Above: spiderwort (northwest Oklahoma)
Below: globe mallow (Texas panhandle)


2 comments:

Sarah said...

Was the gaillardia growing wild? I've only ever seen it grown in cultivated gardens. I guess I should have known it was a wildflower, but somehow it still surprised me.

Dr. Croc said...

Yes, these were all wild.
I didn't know gaillardia was a domesticated flower, too!