This weeks wildflower centerpiece is
This flower can be found on country road’s with marshy edges. It loves wet swampy areas.
It arrived in this country in the early 1800′s.
It is thought to have arrived in the ballast water of ships or as seeds in the wool of imported sheep.
It’s a beautiful flower no matter how it go here.
If you missed the rest of this series, it can be seen Here.
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