Fuzzy Flowers…

 

While in Waterton, Alberta, Canada this past weekend we spotted several of these “fuzzy” wildflowers.  The bees seemed to love them!  I can’t seem to find what they are though, so if you happen to know give me leave me a comment!  😉  Please!!

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The wildflowers were at there peak.    It left us breathless viewing the open prairie or hillsides full of these different beauties and then the mountains jutting up behind them.

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8 comments on “Fuzzy Flowers…

  1. Margaret says:

    HI Can’t help with ID however they really look lovely and the meadow they are in with the mountains behind them is fantastic. MArgaret

  2. Pat says:

    The hillside full of colorful wildflowers is beautiful.

  3. jay53 says:

    Good to see you have bees!!

  4. Denise says:

    Gorgeous photos and I feel so fortunate that you have shared them with Today’s Flowers. Thank you so much! I don’t know what these flowers are and hopefully someone be able to identify them for you. That scenery is breathtaking!!!

  5. Beautiful setting for such beautiful wild flowers! They almost look like some variety of wild lavender or erica! But I don’t really know.

  6. dlk3265 says:

    Love the bumblebee among the flowers.

  7. Teresa says:

    I have no idea what they are, but they are pretty. Stunning scenery!

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