Time for Wildflower Wednesday on the Blog once again. Today's flower is a white one called Wild Snakeroot. It grows rather abundantly in our area and even after the hard frost we have there is some still blooming in places. It's fairly short, only growing about 24 inches tall at most and found in late summer into autumn. It is in the Aster family and is poisonous.
This is another new one for the year and the pages of Kansas Wildflowers here on the Blog have been updated with several new ones this year.