Pinwheel

Azure Bluet (aka Quaker Lady).  Look for these tiny delicate and colorful blossoms in lawns, clearings, and forest margins throughout spring.  The species name means “sky blue” and the flowers are often that color; but they may be a clear white, or shades of blue and lilac.  They are common and easily transplanted.

Summer fun with yard art – how to make your own pinwheel!

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