Sunday, July 31, 2011

Maryland Summer Wildflowers

Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts know that Maryland is home to an incredible array of wildflowers. Summer is peak time, with new species blooming every few days.

Pastures, meadows, roadsides and other wild areas are home to species such as black eyed susans, butterfly flowers, goldenrod and other species.

Some of the lesser known Maryland wildflowers are found in wooded areas, swamps and other areas where they are rarely seen by people.

The following photos showcase just a few of the more common wildflowers that bloom throughout Maryland each summer.

Black Eyed Susan

Butterfly Flower

Cardinal Flower


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