Saturday, July 9, 2011

Philadelphia Fleabane

One of the more common wildflowers that I see in the fields and on the sides of roads here is Philadelphia fleabane. This native member of the Aster family blooms during the day and closes at night. This one was photographed at Purgatory Creek.


Chubskulit Rose said...

Gorgeous blooms! Thanks for sharing the name, I'ver seen a lot of those when we were in Korea.

Today's Flower at my end, hope you can drop by,. Have a blessed Sunday!

Modern Mom said...

Pretty blooms!

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Susan said...

I have always windered what those pretty little unasuming flowers were! I can certainly see the family resemblence to Asters. Great shot, too!

Light Trigger said...

gorgeous photo!
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