There is a profusion of yellow in the fields now.
The thistle has not bloomed yet, but when it does it's a feast for the finches.
The wild lamb's ear is much more like a donkey's ear and sends a stalk three feet high. They say that in the Middle Ages the stalk was dipped in beeswax and made into torches.
The hummingbirds like any flower that is purple.
Each flower and plant has a purpose. Wild flowers and native plants need our help in preserving them for generations to come.