For Wordless Wednesday, let your images tell the story.

Wild Sunflowers frame the raging waters at Nine Mile Falls Dam
Wild Sunflowers frame the raging waters at Nine Mile Falls Dam

“She stood out like a sunflower in a field of wheat.”—Jennifer L. Armentrout

walking in sunflowers
Hubby caught me in the sunflowers. Notice the river.
Forest floor arrowleaf-balsamroot sunflowers
So. Many. Sunflowers.

Shared for Dawn’s spring festival and Cee’s FOTD.

“The Arrowleaf Balsamroot is actually a flowering perennial in the sunflower tribe of the aster family. A beautiful harbinger of spring!”

Pat Loomis, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

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39 thoughts on “#WordlessWednesday: Wild Sunflowers at My Feet

      1. The wildflowers are amazing at how hardy they are. I hope you do have a yard full of sunflowers – lucky you! I planted Forget-Me-Nots once. A couple of packets of seeds as fillers between some bushes for Spring color. I lost bushes (including three butterfly bushes) and all my perennials planted in 1985 in the first Polar Vortex in Winter 2013-2014, but those Forget-Me-Nots never faltered and keep coming up every year.

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