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I have tried to identify all of them and have shown the ID below each photo. If you disagree on any please let me know. There is only one I could not get so maybe you can help me. You'll see it when you scroll down.
Star of Bethlehem - Ornithogalum umbellatum.
It grows in clumps with hollow, dark-green leaves. Easily confused with wild garlic, but lacks distinctive oder. It blooms in April to mid June.
Golden Ragwort - Packera aurea - Aster family (Asteraceae)
This is a perennial wildflower and blooms from mid to late spring and lasts for about three weeks.
The Northern Dewberry, Common Dewberry - Rubus flagellaris
It is part of the rose family and its most active growth is from mid-spring to early summer.
Buttercup - Ranunculus species
Most bloom spring through to Fall, with some lasting until frost.
I need help with this one (photo above). The closest I came to was a Foam Flower but am still a tad confused as to its ID. I will keep looking.
Added note 5-25-15 - thanks to Stephanie who does Worldless (on Tuesday) at Image-in-ing, she thinks this may be be a flower from the Hdrophyllum family. Thanks to her information I found what I think may be this flower here. The bloom and the leaves look very similar. Also Hannah of Weeding on the Wildside took a photo of the same flower and will be sharing it on her blog on Wednesday. Hannah also mentions a link here with more information. Thank you for the ID ladies and another reason I enjoy blogging so much, the learning from others who are very willing to help you out.
Sweet White Violet - Viola blanda
It has fragrant white flowers and blooms from April until the end of summer. Prefers damp woods and moist meadows.
Daisy Fleabane - Erigeron annuus
Blooms in May up until frost.
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