Photos of Wisconsin's Natural Colors
While locally this is often known as Indian Paintbrush, the first flower to be called such is a native North American flower found out west. Others may refer to Orange […]
This flower is said to be blue, but I see purple when I look at it.
Also Brown-eyed Susan
Bird’s-foot Trefoil grows low to the ground and likes sun and roadsides. Appears in spring, summer or fall. Non-native to Wisconsin
Not to be mistaken for Stinking Benjamin which is also referred to as Red Trillium.
Appears: spring Native to Wisconsin
Appears: spring and summer Native to Wisconsin Likes wet areas, especially along marshes, lakes and streams Also known as the Northern Iris