Things are blooming in force here in Southern Ontario Canada after a
benign winter and an early warm spell to start the spring off. These
wildflowers have srpung up at the edge of my yard. They're quite pretty
and I'd like to know what they are.
Thank you all in advance.
You're right!. . .It's very pretty! It looks a little bit like a kind
of periwinkle. I did a Google search of images plugging in
"periwinkle." There are dozens of pictures, you might want to try a
search of your own. Here's one for example:
Thanks Jenny for the heads up on this one ( Money Plant, Lunaria) I knew
I'd seen the leaves, just don't recall seeing the actual flowering. I know
they are a biennial, vegetative growth the first year, flowering and seeding
I'll take a pass on my previous post and give them a miss.
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