In this last group, I decided "various color blooms" sounded better than "all other"! The white bloom above is called a Western Yarrow. The interesting thing about this bloom is that the bloom is actually made up of a bunch of tiny, tiny blooms.
The above bloom is called a Little Leaf Mock Orange. This flower blooms on a bush or shrub and has a very gentle sort of light citrus smell to it. I wouldn't call it orange, but then, I don't have a very good nose! The blooms are very delicate and look just lovely grouped together.
I know this flower looks sort of purple, but it really has a sort of leather appearance to it - hence the name, Leatherflower! The bloom at the bottom isn't really a bloom - it's what this flower looks like when it goes to seed! Apparently, it's pretty rare to see these flowers, so we were lucky last Saturday!
And, I have to tell you, I think this flower was misnamed. It's called a Western Wallflower - I always think of any type of wallflower as being rather pale and pastel, in a way. This little bloom is anything but! Bunches of little bright orange blooms - nothing wallflowery about it!