Wednesday, May 25, 2022

5/25/22

 It's Wildflower Wednesday here on the Blog!  Today's flower is a new one for me and the Blog.  It's fairly common but I guess I never paid much attention to it.  This called field Pennycress.  It blooms from April through June.  It is in the Mustard family.  It can be poisonous to livestock.  It can cause milk to taste garlic-like and bitter.

This has been added to the Wildflowers by Color page here on the Blog for White and Green flowers.



4 comments:

  1. Another one I have likely seen but as like you, never paid much attention to it.

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    1. Yes, it's not all that pretty or stand out-ish.

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  2. Nice capture and addition to the blog. I've seen this flower many times but didn't know the name.

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    1. Thanks Tom! Glad I could help with the ID.

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