April 20, 2013


Bluets: Houstonia caerulea
We have these little blue wildflowers growing in our yard, just as I enjoyed when I was a child. They are under six inches high.


  1. we get them here, too - usually in late january and february. so tiny and delicate.

  2. Those are a sure sign of spring. So pretty.


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