The richness of life spills over into the blogosphere.
AKA Yellow Horsemint. When our kids were small, we dubbed them "Wedding Cake" wildflowers :-)One of our favorites. They dry well and hold that purpled color, too!
forgot to type the Latin names: Monarda citridora (the purple variety) or Monarda punctada, the more white variety, with a bit of purple on it.
Aren't they wild? I have never seen them before this year, but they are all over right now. I have another picture (on Flickr) that shows an entire meadow just full of them.I didn't realize they were supposed to have purple on them until your comment, Javamom. They are definitely the more white variety, and don't even seem to have spots.
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