Wish I knew the name of this lovely yellow wildflower I photographed at the Cape May Migratory Bird Refuge.
These tiny, delicate flowers are called marsh pinks.
The woman at the bird refuge told me these small, daisy-like, yellow flowers are camphor.
Can anyone identify the flowers in my Nature Notes post? I think they may be ageratum.
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Here are all my Cape May photos.
18 thoughts on “Wildflowers of Cape May”
Beautiful wildflowers Leora!
Cute centers on those marsh pinks.
My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
I wish I could help but unfortunately I can’t!
The shots of Cape May you have been showing are all lovely. You seem to have chosen a fine place for your vacation break.
I had no idea how lovely it was when my husband and son arranged the trip. I was expecting arcades and amusement park rides (Wildwood has these-we didn’t go)…we did do the arcades, for about an hour.
It’s good I did my own research so I could find some spots I liked, too, instead of all beach.
Those little delicate pink ones are such a beautiful colour.
The nature itself are so beautiful and those lovely flowers are fantastic.
Gunilla in Sweden
OH! I love the wildflowers you found around Cape May! Good sleuthing. 😉
Beautiful wild flowers. Don’t know the name though.
they are very cute and beautiful, I love wild flowers too..
Lovely pictures of wildflowers! The marsh pinks are so dainty and pretty. Sorry I can’t help with the id.
Those yellow flowers are beautiful, but I don’t know the name either.
Sorry…I can’t help, but what a beautiful area Leora…
Lovely blooms. Great shots.
such a dainty violet and golden yellow flowers.
dainty garden of flowers.
gorgeous colorful flowers.
Beautiful wildflowers can be equally well enjoyed without knowing all their man given names.
I am just kicking myself because I asked the name of three wildflowers before I left, and I only remember 2 out of the 3! Somehow knowing their names is like knowing a person better; I feel more connected.