Wednesday, July 22, 2020


It's Wildflower Wednesday on the Blog once again.  Today's flower is Chicory.  It blooms a lot along I-70 in Kansas and Missouri and can be seen in several states.  The first time I saw it to know what it was, was in West Virginia a few years back.  I took this image of it in my yard though.  I planted it several years ago and it has done well, maybe too well as it moved out of the garden and into the edge of the driveway.  You usually have to see it before noon as the flowers close up when the hot sun starts beating down on it.  The flowers are blue and purple.
I hope you have been checking out my Wildflowers By Colors pages that I reworked with lots more added and now contain blooming times in Kansas.  You can find then at the top of the Blog.

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