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This row of white daisy wildflowers caught my eye as we were walking along a summer park path. I did not realize how plentiful wildflowers grow in Illinois till I moved away.
They must like the dryer air up north.
This cool row of daisies with the lightning bug on that middle flower, looks like it's own little natural path for walking. Kinda makes you want to be a bug.
These wild flowers are also known as Belladonna and the entire plant is poison. But those berries look enticing and can be the most dangerous temptation for children.
They look harmless enough but they can deadly.
They can be planted in your garden if you want to enjoy their beauty. But you will want to educate others of their potential harmfulness. Here is a site that shares useful information on poisonous flowers in the western hemisphere... Knowledge is power.
I promise, these pictures will cause you no harm.
It is actually the chicory root that does the work in these plants. But just the same these lovely blue flowers are pleasing to the eye.
They like growing in fields, forests and just about everywhere it seems. At least that was the case in Illinois.
I don't believe I've seen one here in North Carolina. That doesn't mean they don't grow here. It just means I have yet to find them.
So I'll be like you and enjoy the pictures I've taken over the years.
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