Herbs & Wildflowers Series

Have you missed any posts in my Herbs and Wildflowers series?

Since it's sometimes hard to differentiate between wild herbs and wildflowers, they are listed here in no particular order:

Do any of these grow where you live? What other herbs and flowers do you see as you drive down the road?

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  1. thanks for this i see lots of these plants but never knew their "real' names

  2. I love Indian Blanket. I think it is so pretty! I haven't seen any around here but I wish I had some in my neck of the woods.

  3. You're welcome, Stacey. I like knowing the names of plants.

  4. Tammy, the Indian Blanket is pretty. I hope I will have some seeds from the pods we collected earlier. My favorite wildflower is Indian Paintbrush.

  5. I loved your article, it was very informative...would love it if you hopped on by our blog hop on Sunday...The Homesteaders Hop.


  6. I love wild flower walks. Your echinacea looks nothing like ours and your plantain leaves look a little different,too. Thanks for sharing on the HomeAcre Hop. Please come back and share with us this week: http://everythinghomewithcarol.com/the-self-sufficient-homemaker-hop-10/


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