The wildflowers are close to peaking in our neck of the woods. Over the last few days, I've photographed what's currently blooming.
Arrow-leafed balsam root, a large showy flower that likes sunny south slopes.
Arnica, a shade-loving flower, which blooms about the same time as the balsam root.
Nine-leaf biscuit root. It tends to favor rocky south-facing slopes:
Not sure what this one is. I feel I should know it, but it escapes me at the moment. Thoughts?
And of course...
Just some of the colors of spring around here.