Wednesday, April 5, 2023


 It's Wildflower Wednesday here on the Blog!  These are the blooms of the Black Locust tree that is found throughout Kansas.  They bloom in May and June and are in the Bean family.  They remind me a bit of Wisteria.  Often, I smell them before I see them as they are quite fragrant while blooming.


  1. If there weren't on a tree I'd assume they were wisteria. (I likely would say that first and then notice no vine)