Spiderwort (below) with pointed purple petals has a fluffy centre and yellow heart shaped anthers.
Columbines have always reminded me of English country gardens with their beautiful perennial borders.
Lupins pop up in profusion in parks and private and public gardens, another perennial favorite of mine!
I am pleased but perplexed by this next flower, it reminds me a little of bee balm and also laitrus but I don't think it is either, perhaps I can a-peal to a plant person to provide this one with a proper name.
Cornflowers above and below; pointy, playful pastel colours.
This pinstriped purple and yellow iris is stunning against a poppy.
This poppy is just left with its purple hat and scarf, after its petals have fallen.
The look of Columbine but?
Pretty, petite but alas unknown to me.
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