I saw this wonderful native Bristly Sarsaparilla wildflower when we were up in Provincetown last week. It was so pretty and unusual. It has flower clusters at the top of erect, bristly stems and grows 1-3 feet with blooms June and July. The flowers turn into dark blue berries. Pretty cool, huh?
Have you ever seen a Bristly Sarsaparilla wildflower?
Provincetown is such a fun place to visit and see all of the exciting sights. One of my favorite is the Kite Store by the docks. It is such a colorful scene with the beach in the background and all of the multi-colored kites.
Have you ever been to Provincetown?
The yellow Scotch Broom wildflowers are especially pretty this spring by the Visitors Center at Provincelands in Provincetown on Cape Cod. The pea-shaped flower is about 1″ and blooms in May and June.
Such a delicate little flower, don’t you think?
As you drive into Provincetown on Cape Cod, you are greeted by a pilgrim who rings his bell and welcomes everyone in sight. It’s really pretty cool.
Phil and I had met this Pilgrim last fall at one of the joint Chamber of Commerce get-togethers so it was fun to see him and chat with him again.
He loves posing for photographs in his quaint, historic town on Cape Cod.
These pretty little light blue Forget-Me-Not wildflowers caught my eye when we were walking around Provincetown. They are such a small and delicate wildflower with a golden “eye.” They grow to about 15.”
I had seen many of them out in Colorado but had not seen any here on Cape Cod, so it was a big treat to see the Forget-Me-Nots again!