Here's a close up shot of a Primrose. We always called them "Buttercups" when I was growing up.
This is a male squash blossom. It's easy to tell the males from the females. The females will have a "bump" behind the blossom while the male blossoms have a completely straight stem.
These lilies are descendants of lily plants which were brought from my(Maternal grandmother's old homestead in Mixville, Texas.
This is a close-up of a Coreopsis from my front yard. I like to let the wildflowers have their way with my front yard until they are spent. There are more of them every year because I wait until they have gone to seed before mowing them down. They make a really pretty show and the blooms last a really long time.
This is a beautiful Rose of Sharon, also known as Hibiscus. This flower is from my Grandmother's back yard, which is now my Mom's back yard. My Grandmother planted it many years ago.