Wild Woodland Whites
The sun was shinning and my appointments for the day cancelled, so I took the afternoon off to putter at home. It was too beautiful a day to stay inside watching the clock.
As I wandered around the woods by the pond I found lots of white wildflowers. Upon closer inspection, seven different types of tiny flowers – all white. I think I’ve identified them correctly!
Bog Violet or Lance-leaved Violet
Wild Blueberry (see the berry forming in the center of one?)
Canada Mayflower or Wild Lily of the Valley?
Unknown Wildflower (more likely a Weed?)
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