When I go to look for wildflowers, I usually go to the north end of the farm where there's less cultivation. I was not out of the yard before I found this Centrosema, species undetermined.
Actually I found it when I went to throw spoiled veggies in the old stock tank that I used for composting.
Emerging from the leaf mold in front of the compost bin
were pinkish mushrooms that I have not yet tried to identify.
A last look at the butterfly pea.
This one is pink, unlike the blue ones I see at woods' edge.
Usually I just make one huge post with all the wildflowers I found. This week I think I'll make short posts featuring a single flower or two.
I though this was interesting, I'd never seen a grapevine climb a tree by grabbing onto Spanish moss. Muscadines are agressive climbers.