Out at the end of the driveway a community of wildflowers is growing. You don't see them from the car; you have to get out and really look. If I hadn't stopped to look around when I got the mail I never would have noticed. I had to enhance the photo so you could see them in among the oak leaves.
The larger ones are cut leaved toothwort, which is an awfully ugly name for a such pretty little flower, if you ask me. The star-shaped ones are called spring-beauties, claytonia virginica according to my wildflower guidebook.
I don't know what the spotted leaves are or whether they're planning to bloom, but they're attractive, don't you think?
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