A Shasta Daisy throwing it’s shadow against the fence
A splattering of wild flowers at the edge of a field. This is called Queen Anne’s Lace, (Daucus carota). It’s also know as the Wild Carrot.
Foxglove flowers up close. The scientific name is Digitalis purpurea. The heart-protective properties of Foxglove were discovered in the 18th century
A Fuchsia flower
A single Daisy among a patch of Foxglove. All in the ditch at the side of the road!