Thursday, October 24, 2019

Blue Mistflower, October 24, 2019

Wildflower Wednesday, Thankful Thursday, and Little Things Thursday
The fourth Wednesday of each month is Wildflower Wednesday

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, September 27, 2019
I am thankful for Wildflowers!

I found Blue Mistflower blooming beside our barn. I don't remember ever seeing it before, and I had to look at a wildflower website to identify it. I guess I can thank the birds for planting it there!

Blue Mistflower, Conoclinium coelestinum, is a member of the Aster family of plants, and is also known as Wild Ageratum. The plants bloom in the late Summer or early Autumn in the eastern United States and may be found as far west as Nebraska and Texas.

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  1. Hello,
    I have never heard of the Blue Mistflower. It is really pretty. I am thankful for and love the wildflowers too. Happy Thursday, wishing you a great day and weekend ahead!

  2. I'm not familiar with the wildflower at all but it's gorgeous! Wonder if it grows in Florida? I'll have to look it up.

  3. ...I saw a bit of this beauty recently.

  4. What a lovely gift from the birds!

  5. It grows wild in this area and butterflies love it!

  6. Interesting. Glad you found it and thanked the birds.


  7. The wildflower has such an intense color, it is a beauty from mother Nature. I have not seen them here in my area.

  8. Such a beautiful burst of colour!

  9. Those are beautiful and a nice spot of color, this time of year. Thanks for linking up!

  10. That was one my mother planted and loved.


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