Edible Spring Wildflowers in Watercolor
As spring emerges I’m always so grateful to those very early tiny flowers that give the signal that winter is over. These weeds and wildflowers that are first on the scene are so fragile looking one can hardly believe they would also be so brave.
Pictured here are Veronica chamaedrys also known as cat eyes. Primula vulgaris also known as primrose. Lamium purpureum also known as purple dead nettle. I’ll be paying special attention to “weeds” like these during my upcoming Spring Botanical Watercolor Workshop.