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Blue bell-shaped bird calls

Part of the pea family, pretty purple & blue Bird vetch (Vicia cracca) hung like soft bells plinking a sweet tune here and there across a meadow.

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Like cupped rays of pale blue moonlight, these Chicory flowers (Cichorium intybus) were practically glowing along the edges of the park trail.

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True baby blues

A lovely field of these incredibly petite flowers — perhaps True or Water forget-me-nots (Myosotis scorpioides) —¬†formed something of a low hedge between the marsh reeds and a paved park path.

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Dayflower power

One person’s invasive weed is another’s beautiful blue wildflower, an Asiatic dayflower (Commelina communis) in this case. A ubiquitous and annoying annual to some, it can be transformed into something more majestic by just focusing on one bloom at a … Continue reading

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