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All of these are growing wild on my farm in Northwest Arkansas. Ya'll are the best!
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first one looks like honeysuckle

other 2 I do not know but sure are pretty
 
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So #1 is Rhododendron canescens or Native Azalea, also called the bush honeysuckle. Thanks for steering me in the right direction Susan!
 
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Alright, on #3 I've got Wintercress. Here is more of the plant.
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wildflower 7.JPG looks like Western Wildflower/Prairie Rocket
 
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mitch brant wrote:wildflower 7.JPG looks like Western Wildflower/Prairie Rocket



Thanks Mitch! I Believe it is a yellow rocket (aka wintercress). I think I have a few different varieties of rocket here and there.
 
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wildflower #10 looks like bachelor's buttons, aka cornflower. The wild variety is just brilliant blue like your photo. I like to grow the mixed color ones as an ornamental annual in my flower garden.
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Rebecca, you're right! I hadn't even considered an emerging bachelor's button (I had only recently learned that one). Thanks!
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