Valentine's Day is coming up, and if your loved one loves Wyoming as much as we do, he or she may love a bouquet of Wyoming-inspired wildflowers. The light purple New England Aster is a light whitish to dark purple sunflower-shaped flower that you will see growing everywhere from the mountainside to the plains. [image: Inline image 2] *New England Aster h/t flickr.com
The coneflower, or rudbekia, are native to Wyoming and are hardy enough to
flourish in the region.
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*Yellow coneflower h/t Wikipedia / Pitchengine Communities*
The blue flag iris is a stunning bloom that grows alongside babbling
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*Blue flag iris h/t flickr.com /
The mariposa lily is a favorite, and nothing quite reflects the moonlight
on the plains like these white petals.
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*Mariposa lily / Pitchengine Communities photo*
*Feature photo: Wyoming-wildflower inspired wedding bouquets. / Pitchengine