The pretty yellow and orange Butter and Eggs wildflowers are still blooming on Cape Cod. They are very unique with their irregularly shaped flowers with spurs which grow right off of the stalk. The 1/2 to 1″ flowers resemble a Snapdragon and grow from July to September along roadsides and dry fields. I saw this one along the road to the beach.
Pretty, don’t you think? Have you ever seen a Butter and Eggs wildflower?
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We are in Estes this week. Right on the 18hole course and you should see the Elk! Its cold and snowy today but goes away and comes back. I miss seeing your blogs from this area.
Thanks! You are so sweet! I enjoyed writing about Estes Park and RMNP. It’s been fun moving to Cape Cod and learning all about the area. It’s just beautiful with many photo ops!
The yellow is the butter and the orange is the eggs?
Appropriate name, huh??