The Blooming prairie

This beautiful vine is perched on a barbed wire fence. 
It looks like a honeysuckle vine with pink blossoms.
Indian paintbrushes are a bright addition to spring in Oklahoma. They are a favorite of mine.

The fields and pastures are full of blackberry bushes blooming in wedding white.

 Bluets are a common wildflower that grows in little sprays.

Wisteria is prolific. It covers this wooden trellis. Often it grows wild and drips from trees
like clusters of grapes.

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