The Random Collection of Tiny Flowers

A trip on last Sunday to Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary was to look for the state flower of Minnesota – lady slipper. But there I was told that the blooming time for lady slippers should be in June.

I still took a walk around the garden and saw a various kinds of small flowers scattering around. They are so tiny that I have to get really close to capture them with macro lens.

Some of them are just like trumpets.

Some are like mini version of orchid.

Some are like downsized orchid.

Some are like stars falling from the sky.

They are small but they are absorbing the sunlight to survive among those huge plants. They ornament the world by spreading their beauties.

They are never forgotten or ignored!

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