Also down to their last few blooms are the hepaticas. This is how Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa, the round-leaved hepatica looked last week.
Weathering the weather better are the Anemonella thalictroides (a/k/a Thalictrum thalictroides).
The little trout lily, Erythronium albidum, began blooming this week.
Significantly taller, yet best appreciated close up is blue cohosh, Caulophyllum thalictroides.
I decided that none of my trilliums were Trillium grandiflorum, so I planted a couple last summer. I believe this is one of them.
That blue in the background of the above photo isn't a native wildflower, but this blue is: Mertensia virginica.
While looking down at the wildflowers has been fun, I'm starting to get a crick in the neck. So let's look up for one last native wildflower currently gracing my garden.
*Wildflower Wednesday is a monthly celebration of native wildflowers hosted by Gail of Clay of Limestone.