These past several days, I’ve been preoccupied with taking pictures of the wildflowers that are blooming in the woods and fields of Maine (at least in the area where I am). They make the woodland borders friendlier and the fields colorful. Well, I also took tons of pictures of other unusual things (at least as far as I am concerned) like fungus and ferns and bugs that did not fly out as soon as I got close enough. They will have their own due post.

For this post, I focused on the white flowers that I have seen. I have identified most of them – thanks to available pictures on the web and folk knowledge. If any name needs to be corrected, please feel free to call my attention to the error. 🙂 Thank you.

CANADA MAYFLOWER, also Wild Lily of the Valley
FALSE SOLOMON’S SEAL (Its flower is just about to bloom.)

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  1. I love the delicacy of the wildflowers and the way in which you have arranged them in their groupings shows them off so artistically. Very beautiful!

    1. Thank you, Guild-rez, for the visit and the comment. It is so true – garden and flowers and beauty give people a common ground. 🙂

  2. beautiful flowers + excellent shots = great blog! thanks for sharing Counsel! Maine ka ba based or yun lang pangalan ng flowers? fave author ko Stephen King lapit lang dun! happy weekend Melds!

    1. Thanks for dropping by Noel. 🙂 We are just visiting family. The flowers are wildflowers I saw here. Yeah, Stephen King is about an hour away. I think we might have passed by his house when we visited Bangor.

    1. Thanks Sandra. These wildflowers have been fascinating me. They are all over the place. To think, some companies even sell wildflower seeds.

  3. Delightful shots, Imelda!

    I am a little late in visiting from last week due to work commitments, but I thank you heartily for your continuing support of Floral Friday Fotos!

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