There are so many little, yellow Buttercups blooming at Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod. I love seeing the little wildflowers start to bloom and bring such pretty color to their surroundings.
I saw this Buttercup near the first parking lot at Fort Hill a few days ago but if you keep walking, you will see fields of them all around!
Last year when I saw these plants growing all over Cape Cod, I thought they were another kind of Wild Geranium. This year I researched them a bit more and found out they are Money Plants and very abundant this time of year on Cape Cod.
These Money Plants are grown for their silvery white, flattened, disc-like seed pods. But… the flowers are pretty spectacular too!
I couldn’t decide which photograph I liked better… the more simple one or the dramatic one. What do you think?
I love the bright pink Stork’s-Bill wildflowers that bloom very early on Cape Cod. They were one of the first to bloom along the trails in Colorado too.
They are so small and delicate with 5 petals and grow close to the ground. I saw these in huge patches at National Seashore Visitor’s Center in Eastham.
Have you ever seen Stork’s-Bill wildflowers?
I saw this beautiful blue wildflower at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary the other day, in the garden outside the Nature Center. I think it is Blue-Eyed Grass, It was so pretty and so delicate.
Does anyone know if it is Blue-Eyed Grass?
Since I wrote this Blog, someone commented that it is a Glory of the Snow wildflower. Kudos to my readers for taking the time to help me identify it! Thank you!!
These little mini Daffodils were growing at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary and were so pretty. I thought it would a nice post to say “Happy Easter to you all! may you find some time get get outside and enjoy a little bit of nature!”