Cultivated Wildflowers Coreopsis

I was not the only one enamored by the orangey-yellow of this patch of cultivated wildflowers growing in the flowerbeds that edge the streets of Fayetteville, Arkansas. The plants were being worked over by a band of bees for their bright pollen.
I am pleased with the policy of the town of Fayetteville to use wildflowers and colorful vegetables and herbs when possible to ornament their street medians and their town square. It is a pretty place to visit.

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