All but two of the links go to the Medford Leas Residents Wildflower Site and they all give botanical names.
There was was Milkweed
, Coreopsis, Fleabane Daisy,
and Purple Vetch.
Milkweed’s cousin, Butterfly Weed,
was present, but not abundant.
We easily identified the Yarrow
and Blackeyed Susan
and saw which looked like a white version of Blackeyed Susan; does such a thing exist?We also saw a lovely small white flower with five deeply divided petals and a lovely small pink flower. Later, after checking the MLRA Wildflowers Site,
we identified them as White Campion
Along the edge of the meadow there was Gallardia,
which is not a wildflower; it had been planted. Leaving the meadow we returned by the Railroad Trail where there were not-yet-ripe wild blackberries.The gallery shows nine photos taken on June 20, 2015
l-r: Seretta, Lieselotta, Marty. photo by Maggie