We’ve identified close to 300 species of wildflowers so far by walking the trails and prairies of Fontenelle Forest and Neale Woods. What is a wildflower? Other than trees, shrubs, grasses, sedges, rushes and some aquatic plants, wildflowers represent the flowering plants established in the wild. To help in searching for a particular species page, the wildflowers are separated by color, and within each color category by the approximate date they first bloom. But be aware that intermediate or variable colors do occur. If not readily found, check similar colors as well.

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